Tracking transience: a method for dynamic monitoring of biological events in Arabidopsis thaliana biosensors

  title={Tracking transience: a method for dynamic monitoring of biological events in Arabidopsis thaliana biosensors},
  author={G. Hines and Cyrus Modavi and K. Jiang and A. Packard and K. Poolla and L. Feldman},
  • G. Hines, Cyrus Modavi, +3 authors L. Feldman
  • Published 2015
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Planta
  • AbstractMain conclusionThe activation and level of expression of an endogenous, stress-responsive biosensor (bioreporter) can be visualized in real-time and non-destructively using highly accessible equipment (fluorometer). Biosensor output can be linked to computer-controlled systems to enable feedback-based control of a greenhouse environment. Today’s agriculture requires an ability to precisely and rapidly assess the physiological stress status of plants in order to optimize crop yield… CONTINUE READING
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