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These results allow quantification of the root system plasticity, and improve our understanding of the interactions between root development and soil properties.
RootViz3D® root tracking software in X-ray CT studies provided accurate, non-destructive and automated three dimensional quantification of root systems that has many applications for improving understanding on root-soil interactions.
We recommend use of the soil-less Petri dish bioassay as a rapid and simple preliminary test to identify potential toxicity of biochars on seed germination and early plant growth prior to biochar application to soil.
The conformational dynamics of humic hydrophobic associations in the rhizosphere may release auxin-like plant growth promoters and enhance plant biochemical activities. These organic wastes represent a renewable source of humic acid for use as plant root promoter.
An ANCOVA confirmed that Eh and extr.P were influenced by flooding. Variations in these factors were reflected in patterns of P leaf tissue concentrations across the gradient; however, a MANCOVA showed that leaf-P was not related to tree height, tree volume or basal area. Water-logging...
Results showed that AMF are able to alter the competitive relationships between co-occurring plant species differing in their mycorrhizal status (host/non-host), thus representing key soil organisms to be taken into account in sustainable weed management strategies.
Root border cells (RBCs), which are generated during plant growth and surround the root cap, and iron plaque (IP), ubiquitously formed on the root surfaces of rice, are known to alleviate aluminum (Al) toxicity. To verify the interactive effects of IP and RBCs on ameliorating Al toxicity, two...
The concentrations, BCFs and TFs of above heavy metals in the canola tissues indicated that the investigated canola plants did not meet the criteria of hyperaccumulators for the above heavy metals. The phytoextracton potential of the studied canola plants for the above heavy metals from the...
Drift sand succession seems to be mainly driven by an increase in organic matter, but is accelerated by nitrogen deposition.
Accelerated productivity of aboveground tissue under N fertilization resulted in increased evaporative demands and thus higher drought susceptibility. In addition 15 N allocation patterns showed that fertilization-drought treatments disenabled plants’ control of their N allocation. Molinia was...
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