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Measuring transpiration responses to summer …

2006-4-28 · Measuring transpiration responses to summer precipitation in a Mediterranean climate: a simple screening tool for identifying plant water‐use strategies. Stephen Stewart Oakley Burgess. Corresponding Author. School of Plant Biology, University of Western Australia, 35 Stirling Highway, Crawley, WA 6009, Australia and Cooperative Research ...

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PlantCV

2021-7-26 · About. PlantCV is an open-source image analysis software package targeted for plant phenotyping. The PlantCV project was started at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center in 2014, and is under active development—new functionality and tutorials are added regularly.

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The Responses of Plants to High Concentrations of ...

Studies of the resistance and accumulation ability of different plant species to strontium(Sr) and cesium(Cs) has important theoretical and practical significance for the bioremediation of Sr and Cs contaminated soil.The resistance and enrichment ability of high concentrations of Sr(500 mg Sr·kg-1) or Cs(500 mg Cs·kg-1) in thirteen plant species were investigated and evaluated in this study ...

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Applying Metabolic Fingerprinting to Ecology: The Use of ...

Applying Metabolic Fingerprinting to Ecology: The Use of Fourier-Transform Infrared Spectroscopy for the Rapid Screening of Plant Responses to N Deposition. Ed Gidman 1, Royston Goodacre 2, Bridget Emmett 3, Lucy J. Sheppard 4, Ian D. Leith 4 & Dylan Gwynn-Jones 4 Water, Air, & Soil Pollution: Focus volume 4, pages 251–258 (2004)Cite this article

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Plant Phenotyping: Past, Present, and Future

2019-3-26 · A plant develops the dynamic phenotypes from the interaction of the plant with the environment. Understanding these processes that span plant''s lifetime in a permanently changing environment is essential for the advancement of basic plant science and its translation into application including breeding and crop management. The plant research community was thus confronted with …

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Plant responses to rising vapor pressure deficit ...

2020-2-17 · Plant physiological responses to VPD are linked to vegetation mortality in land-surface models in one or more of several interacting ways, including carbon deficits via negative net primary production (NPP) or declines in growth efficiency, and water stress via hydraulic failure, in addition to mortality via non-VPD related processes such as ...

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Advance articles | Plant Physiology | Oxford Academic

Deep dive into CO 2-dependent molecular mechanisms driving stomatal responses in plants. Guillaume Dubeaux, Po-Kai Hsu, Paulo H O Ceciliato, Kelsey J ... Editing of brassinosteroid signaling family genes is a feasible approach to diversify plant agronomic traits for screening of desired plants to meet various requirements. Abstract . View ...

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Measuring transpiration responses to summer …

2006-7-1 · Measuring transpiration responses to summer precipitation in a Mediterranean climate: a simple screening tool for identifying plant water-use strategies. Burgess SSO. Physiologia Plantarum, 01 Jul 2006, 127(3): 404-412 DOI: 10.1111/j.1399-3054.2006.00669.x AGR ...

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An efficient direct screening system for microorganisms ...

Pathogen-induced expression of plant defense-related genes (PR-1, PR-5, and PDF1.2) was enhanced by the pretreatment with strain BR1R-2. This cell-cell interaction-based platform is readily applicable to large-scale screening for microorganisms that enhance plant defense responses under various environmental conditions.

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Pre-Field Screening Protocols for Heat-Tolerant Mutants in ...

This open access book presents simple, robust pre-field screening protocols that allow plant breeders to screen for enhanced tolerance to heat stress in rice. Two critical heat-sensitive stages in the lifecycle of the rice crop are targeted – the seedling and flowering stages – with screening based on simple phenotypic responses.

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Determination of screening techniques to salinity ...

2002-10-1 · However, typically in many plant species, including tomato, screening methods and the physiological works for salinity are based on the young plant stages,,,,, Qureshi et al. have studied the procedures for a quick screening of wheat cultivars for salt tolerance at germination, seedling and maturity stages. The authors showed significant ...

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Frontiers | Plant responses to Agrobacterium tumefaciens ...

FIGURE 1. Responses of the model plant Arabidopsis thaliana to Agrobacterium tumefaciens and crown gall development.(A) Virulent (pTi) agrobacteria cells themselves produce and release cytokinin and auxin, which increase host susceptibility and inhibit …

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Centre for Plant Science, School of Biology, University of Leeds, Leeds LS2 9JT, UK. Interests: plant development; cell wall biophysics; cell–cell transport and callose: B-1,3 glucans; plasmodesmata. Special Issues and Collections in MDPI journals. Special Issue in Plants: Stars in Plant Cell Biology.

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OsbHLH6 interacts with OsSPX4 and regulates the …

The molecular mechanisms underlying plant responses and adaptation to phosphate (Pi) deficiency are unclear. OsbHLH6 (hereafter bHLH6), an uncharacterized rice (Oryza sativa) Pi starvation response gene encoding a basic helix-loop-helix protein, was identified by yeast two-hybrid screening using the phosphate response repressor OsSPX4 ...

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AgroPages-New screening method could lead to microbe …

2021-5-17 · Titles of original papers: An efficient direct screening system for microorganisms that activate plant immune responses based on plant-microbe interactions using cultured plant cells. Journal: Scientific Reports. DOI: 10.1038/s41598-021-86560-0

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AgroPages-New screening method could lead to microbe-ba…

2021-4-1 · An efficient direct screening system for microorganisms that activate plant immune responses based on plant–microbe interactions using cultured plant cells. Sci Rep 11, 7396 (2021). https://doi ...

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Yuelin Zhang

Activation of plant immune responses by a gain-of-function mutation in an atypical receptor-like kinase. Plant Physiology, 153(4):1771-1779. Li, Y., Tessaro, M., Li, X., and Zhang, Y. 2010. Regulation of the expression of plant Resistance gene SNC1 by a Protein with a Conserved BAT2 Domain. Plant Physiology, 153(3):1425-1434.

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Cold stress tolerance mechanisms in plants. A review

2021-8-24 · Fundamental responses of plants during cold stress exposure and acclimation mechanisms are presented in Figure 1. Through work carried out in the last decade or so, several key components of signaling pathways and regulatory mechanisms contributing to freezing tolerance have been identified. This article summarizes the latest work

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(PDF) A High Throughput Gravimetric Phenotyping …

2020-1-31 · A High Throughput Gravimetric Phenotyping Platform for Real Time Physiological Screening of Plant Environment Dynamic Responses January 2020 DOI: 10.1101/2020.01.30.927517

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Screening of Rice Cultivars for Morpho-Physiological ...

2017-11-1 · The majority of rice (Oryza sativa L.) produced in the southern USA is drill-seeded and grown under upland-like conditions because permanent flooding is established after the four-leaf stage.Therefore, rice during the seedling growth stage will be subjected to variable soil moisture content. A greenhouse experiment was conducted to evaluate the performance of 15 rice cultivars commonly …

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Screening for Mutants and Studying Plant Stress …

Screening for Mutants and Studying Plant Stress Responses in Arabidopsis Thaliana and Zea Mays. View/ Open. Poster (3.869Mb) Date 2019. Author. Thornton, Leeann E. Sandel, Grace. Yerram, Rishi. Metadata Show full item record. Abstract. As primary producers, plants have evolved an arsenal of defense strategies in response to herbivory and ...

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An efficient direct screening system for microorganisms ...

2021-4-1 · In this study, we developed a novel system for screening for microorganisms that activate plant immune responses based on plant–microbe interactions using cultured plant cells. The bacteria isolated from the interior of B. rapa var. perviridis plants were examined using the screening system with cryptogein-induced ROS production in tobacco BY ...

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The Arabidopsis miR396 mediates pathogen-associated ...

2017-3-23 · (a) Whole-plant images of 3-week-old plants, 12 dpi after inoculation with P. cucumerina spores (1.4 × 10 6 spores mL −1). agb1.2 plants with enhanced susceptibility to this pathogen 33 were ...

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Future Scenarios for Plant Phenotyping | Annual Review of ...

2019-4-30 · We highlight opportunities and challenges for integrating noninvasive or minimally invasive technologies into screening protocols to characterize plant responses to environmental challenges for both controlled and field experimentation. Although technology evolves rapidly, parallel efforts are still required because large-scale phenotyping ...

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(2011) Genetic and genomic evidence that sucrose is a global regulator of plant responses to phosphate starvation in Arabidopsis. Plant Physiology 156: 1116-1130. 40. Liang H, Zhao YT, Zhang JQ, ...

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Welcome to Jen Sheen''s Lab

2006-1-18 · Plant protoplasts show physiological perceptions and responses to hormones, metabolites, environmental cues, and pathogen-derived elicitors, similar to cell-autonomous responses in intact tissues and plants. ... The development of defined protoplast transient expression systems for high throughput screening and systematic characterization of ...

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Applying metabolic fingerprinting to ecology: The use of ...

Applying metabolic fingerprinting to ecology: The use of Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy for the rapid screening of plant responses to N deposition. Ed Gidman 1, …

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(PDF) Applying Metabolic Fingerprinting to Ecology: The ...

rapid screening of plant responses to n deposition. ed gidman. 1,r o yst on good a cre. 2, bridget emmett. 3, lucy j. shepp ard. 4, ian d. leith. 4. and d ylan gwynn-jones. 4, ...

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