Response of Southeast Asian rice root architecture and anatomy phenotypes to drought stress
Comparative phenomics of root architecture and anatomy in Phaseolus species
In silico evidence for the utility of parsimonious root phenotypes for improved vegetative growth and carbon sequestration under drought
Many paths to one goal: Identifying integrated rice root phenotypes for diverse drought environments
Root angle is controlled by EGT1 in cereal crops employing a novel anti-gravitropic mechanism
Modelling root loss reveals impacts on nutrient uptake and crop development
RootSlice: functional structural modeling of root anatomy
Spatiotemporal responses to drought in rice roots.
Developmental morphology and anatomy shed light on both parallel and convergent evolution of the umbellate inflorescence in Monocots, underlied by a new variant of metatopy.
Gradual domestication of root traits in the earliest maize from Tehuacan
The importance of edaphic stress interactions for plant function: important yet poorly understood drivers of plant production in future climates.
Multi-objective optimization of root phenotypes for nutrient acquisition using evolutionary algorithms
Root and xylem anatomy varies with root length, root order, soil depth, and environment in intermediate wheatgrass Thinopyrum intermedium and Alfalfa Medicago sativa: Implications for water uptake.
Anatomics: High-throughput phenotyping of plant anatomy
Root anatomical phenotypes related to growth under low nitrogen availability in maize (Zea mays L.) hybrids
Improving soil resource uptake by plants through capitalizing synergies between root architecture and anatomy and root-associated microorganisms
Relative utility of agronomic, phenological, and morphological traits for assessing genotype-by-environment interaction in maize inbreds
Stomata-mediated interactions between plants, herbivores, and the environment
Utility of Climatic Information via Combining Ability Models to Improve Genomic Prediction for Yield within the Genomes to Fields Maize Project
The importance of dominance and genotype-by-environment interactions on grain yield variation in a large-scale public cooperative maize experiment
Future roots for future soils
Phenotyping cowpea for seedling root architecture reveals root phenes important for breeding phosphorus efficient varieties
Simulating Crop Root Systems Using OpenSimRoot
Theoretical evidence that root penetration ability interacts with soil compaction regimes to affect nitrate capture
Integrated root phenotypes for low nitrogen tolerance in rice
Harnessing root architecture to address global challenges
Soil penetration by maize roots is negatively related to ethylene-induced thickening
Root hair phenotypes influence nitrogen acquisition in maize
Root Anatomy and Soil Resource Capture
Root Angle in Maize Influences Nitrogen Capture and is regulated by ZmCIPK15