GROWSCREEN-Rhizo is a novel phenotyping robot enabling simultaneous measurements of root and shoot growth for plants grown in soil-filled rhizotrons

@inproceedings{Nagel2012GROWSCREENRhizoIA,
  title={GROWSCREEN-Rhizo is a novel phenotyping robot enabling simultaneous measurements of root and shoot growth for plants grown in soil-filled rhizotrons},
  author={Kerstin Nagel and Alexander Putz and F. Walker Gilmer and Kathrin Heinz and Andreas Fischbach and Johannes Pfeifer and Marc Faget and Stephan Blossfeld and Michael A. Ernst and Chryssa Dimaki and Bernd Kastenholz and Ann-Katrin Kleinert and Anna Galinski and Hanno Scharr and Fabio Fiorani and Ulrich Schurr},
  year={2012}
}
Root systems play an essential role in ensuring plant productivity. Experiments conducted in controlled environments and simulation models suggest that root geometry and responses of root architecture to environmental factors should be studied as a priority. However, compared with aboveground plant organs, roots are not easily accessible by non-invasive analyses and field research is still based almost completely on manual, destructive methods. Contributing to reducing the gap between… CONTINUE READING

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