Ara-Rhizotron: An Effective Culture System to Study Simultaneously Root and Shoot Development of Arabidopsis

@article{DevienneBarret2005AraRhizotronAE,
  title={Ara-Rhizotron: An Effective Culture System to Study Simultaneously Root and Shoot Development of Arabidopsis},
  author={Florence Devienne-Barret and C{\'e}line Richard-Molard and Micha{\"e}l Chelle and Olivier Maury and Bertrand Ney},
  journal={Plant and Soil},
  year={2005},
  volume={280},
  pages={253-266}
}
Studying Arabidopsis thaliana (L.) Heynh. root development in situ at the whole plant level without affecting shoot development has always been a challenge. Such studies are usually carried out on individual plants, neglecting competition of a plant population, using hydroponic systems or Agar-filled Petri dishes. Those both systems, however, present some limitations, such as difficulty to study precisely root morphogenesis or time-limited culture period, respectively. In this paper, we present… CONTINUE READING

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