A plant root system architectural taxonomy: A framework for root nomenclature

@inproceedings{Zobel2010APR,
  title={A plant root system architectural taxonomy: A framework for root nomenclature},
  author={Richard W. Zobel and Yoav Waisel},
  year={2010}
}
Abstract Research into root system morphology over the last two centuries has developed a diverse set of terminologies that are difficult to apply consistently across species and research specialties. In response to a need for better communication, a workshop held by the International Society for Root Research established some nomenclature standards for root research. These standards and their justification are presented in this study. A framework for a root system architectural taxonomy is… CONTINUE READING

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