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Non-destructive digital imaging in poplar allows detailed analysis of adventitious rooting dynamics

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Kodrzycki, R.J.; Michaels, R.B.; Friend, A.L.; Zalesny, R.S.; Mawata, Ch.P.; McDonald, D.W.

Year Published

2008

Publication

In: 5th international symposium on adventitious root formation: from cell fate flexibility to root meristem determination and biomass formation; 2008 June 16-20; Madrid, Spain. [Place of publication unknown]; [Publisher name unknown]: 33-34.

Abstract

The dynamics of root formation are difficult to observe directly over time without disturbing the rooting environment. A novel system for a non-destructive, non-invasive root analysis (RootViz FS, Phenotype Screening Corp.) was evaluated for its ability to analyze root formation from cuttings over a 32 day period in three poplar genotypes (DN70, P. Deltoides x P. Nigra; NC14104, P. Deltoides x P. Maximowizcii; NM6, P. Nigra x P. Maximowizcii.

Citation

Kodrzycki, R.J.; Michaels, R.B.; Friend, A.L.; Zalesny, R.S.; Mawata, Ch.P.; McDonald, D.W. 2008. Non-destructive digital imaging in poplar allows detailed analysis of adventitious rooting dynamics. In: 5th international symposium on adventitious root formation: from cell fate flexibility to root meristem determination and biomass formation; 2008 June 16-20; Madrid, Spain. [Place of publication unknown]; [Publisher name unknown]: 33-34.

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