Use of morphometric analysis for characterization of tobacco root growth in relation to infection byPhytophthora parasitica var.nicotianae

Development of tobacco root systems was characterized under controlled environmental conditions by use of morphometric root analysis. According to the classification scheme of this system, roots terminating in apical meristems are defined as first-order roots. Elements of second-order roots begin where two first-order roots merge, and so forth. Growth of… CONTINUE READING