A conceptual framework for investigating plant growth movements, with special reference to root gravitropism, utilizing a microgravity environment.


Microgravity (micro-g) has become established as an important environment in which to conduct experiments that aid in the understanding of gravity-responsive processes in plant growth and development. The gravitropic movement of roots is one example of a gravity-driven differential growth process that can be so investigated, autonomous nutational movements… (More)


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