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Development and activity of plant roots exhibit high adaptive variability. Although it is well-documented, that physicochemical soil properties can strongly influence root morphology and root exudation, particularly under field conditions, a comparative assessment is complicated by the impact of additional factors, such as climate and cropping history. To(More)
We utilized monochromatic high energy synchrotron x-rays (100 keV) to perform transmission diffraction measurements on bulk cadmium zinc telluride (Cd 1-x Zn x Te, x ~ 0.1) crystals used for room temperature radiation detectors. The high-energy measurements assess the crystalline properties throughout the thickness (2-3 mm) of the structures and we(More)
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