Research Methodology

This section contains methods and information that can be applied to field, microcosm, and computational studies.

Mesocosms in the greenhouse allow for greater rooting depth

This section contains information on how to study roots in artificial systems such as pots and pouches. These methods can be valuable for higher throughput phenotyping and research.

Interns (Tsitso, Dominik, and Rodney) laying out a field plot in South Africa

These methods are used primarily for field experiments, including shovelomics and soil coring.

LAT root phenotyping began in 2012.

A high-throughput, high-resolution phenotyping platform combines laser optics and serial imaging with 3-D image reconstruction and quantification to understand plant anatomy.

Tools developed in our lab and others to facilitate data visualization, analysis, and organization

Computational modeling makes use of the powerful abilities of computers to make calculations. Constructing models of real systems allows for testing of conceptual models and related hypotheses before verification is sought in greenhouse and field studies.

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Bienvenido a nuestro sitio de Metodología de Investigación. Próximamente varios de los investigadores de nuestro laboratorio publicaran sus métodos de investigación.

This website was implemented and developed with the generous support of the International Atomic Energy Agency.