Laboratory and field techniques for measuring root distribution and architecture.

Citation data:

Tree-crop interactions: agroforestry in a changing climate, Issue: Ed. 2, Page: 258-277

Publication Year:
2015

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DOI:
10.1079/9781780645117.0258
Cabi Abstract Id:
20153360044
Author(s):
Tracy, S. R., Mooney, S. J., Sturrock, C. J., Mairhofer, S., Al-Traboulsi, M., Bennett, M. J., Pridmore, T. P., Lynch, J. P., Wells, D. M.
Publisher(s):
CABI Publishing, CABI
Tags:
agroforestry, analytical methods, computed tomography, distribution, field tests, laboratory tests, phenotypes, plant morphology, root systems, roots, techniques
book chapter description
This chapter describes the most commonly used techniques (plant phenotyping (phenomics), washing roots from soil, Rhizotron technology, Shovelomics and non-invasive X-ray computed tomography) to measure root systems under laboratory and field conditions.

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