Root Cortical Aerenchyma Enhances the Growth of Maize on Soils with Suboptimal Availability of Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Potassium
Root responses to neighboring plants in common bean are mediated by local nutrient depletion rather than self/non-self recognition
Optimizing reproductive phenology in a two-resource world: a dynamic allocation model of plant growth predicts later reproduction in phosphorus-limited plants
Phenotypic variation and modelling of root structure of wild Lupinus angustifolius genotypes
Plant and microbial strategies to improve the phosphorus efficiency of agriculture
Theoretical evidence for the functional benefit of root cortical aerenchyma in soils with low phosphorus availability
Root phenes for enhanced soil exploration and phosphorus acquisition: tools for future crops
Genotypic variation for root traits of maize (Zea mays L.) from the Purhepecha Plateau under contrasting phosphorus availability
Shovelomics: high throughput phenotyping of maize (Zea mays L.) root architecture in the field
The opening of Pandora’s Box: climate change impacts on soil fertility and crop nutrition in developing countries
Root cortical aerenchyma improves the drought tolerance of maize (Zea mays L.)
Multiple stress response and belowground competition in multilines of common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.)
Optimizing vetch nitrogen production and corn nitrogen accumulation under no-till management
The utility of phenotypic plasticity for root hair length for phosphorus acquisition
Will nutrient-efficient genotypes mine the soil? Effects of genetic differences in root architecture in common bean Phaseolus vulgaris L. on soil phosphorus depletion in a low-input agro-ecosystem in Central America
Phosphorus runoff from a phosphorus deficient soil under common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) and soybean (Glycine max L.) genotypes with contrasting root architecture
Plant phenology: a critical controller of soil resource acquisition
Ethylene insensitivity impedes a subset of responses to phosphorus deficiency in tomato and petunia
Delayed Reproduction in Arabidopsis Thaliana Improves Fitness in Soils with Suboptimal Phosphorus Availability
Key interactions between nutrient limiotation and climatic factors in tenperate forests: a synthesis of the sugar maple literature
Phosphorus runoff from a phosphorus deficient soil under common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) and soybean (Glycine max L.) genotypes with contrasting root architecture.
Root strategies for phosphorus acquisition
Regulation of Root Distribution and Depth by Phosphorus Localization in Agrostis stolonifera
Towards Modeling the Function of Root Traits for Enhancing Water Acquisition by Crops
A Novel Image Analysis Technique for Kinematic Study of Growth and Curvature
Compensation among root classes in Phaseolus vulgaris L.
Roots of the second green revolution
Ethylene resistance of Regal Pelargonium is complemented but not replaced by 1-MCP
Ethylene modulates genetic, positional, and nutritional regulation of root plagiogravitropism
Genetic variation in ethylene responsiveness of regal pelargonium
Architectural tradeoffs between adventitious and basal roots for phosphorus acquisition
Detection of quantitative trait loci for seminal root traits in maize (Zea mays L.) seedlings grown under differential phosphorus levels
Book Review-Soil fertility decline in the Tropics, with case studies on plantations
Assessment of inequality of root hair density in Arabidopsis thaliana using the Gini coefficient: a close look at the effect of phosphorus and its interaction with ethylene
Base cation stimulation of mycorrhization and photosynthesis of sugar maple on acid soils are coupled by foliar nutrient dynamics
Differences in the success of sugar maple and red maple seedlings on acid soils are influenced by nutrient dynamics and light environment
Evidence for oxidative stress in sugar maple stands growing on acidic, nutrient imbalanced forest soils
Element accumulation patterns of deciduous and evergreen tree seedlings on acid soils: implications for sensitivity to manganese toxicity
Mapping of QTLs for lateral root branching and length in maize (Zea mays L.) under differential phosphorus supply
Mapping of QTL controlling root hair length in maize (Zea mays L.) under phosphorus deficiency
Rhizoeconomics: carbon costs of phosphorus acquisition
Modelling applicability of fractal analysis to efficiency of soil exploration by roots
Mineral stress: the missing link in understanding how global climate change will affect plants in real world soils
QTL mapping of root hair and acid exudation traits and their relationship to phosphorus uptake in common bean
Optimization modeling of plant root architecture for water and phosphorus acquisition
Ethylene and phosphorus availability have interacting yet distinct effects on root hair development
Regulation of root elongation under phosphorus stress involves changes in ethylene responsiveness
Improved drought tolerance in marigold by manipulation of root growth with buffered-phosphorus nutrition
A critical test of the two prevailing theories of plant response to nutrient availability
Genetic variation for adventitious rooting in response to low phosphorus availability: potential utility for phosphorus acquisition from stratified soils
Growth, gas exchange, water relations, and ion composition of Phaseolus species grown under saline conditions
Sodium chloride reduces growth and cytosolic calcium, but does not affect cytosolic pH, in root hairs of Arabidopsis thaliana L
Topsoil foraging and its role in plant competitiveness for phosphorus in common bean
The ethylene underground
Physiological roles for aerenchyma in phosphorus-stressed roots
Buffered phosphorus fertilizer improves growth and drought tolerance of woody landscape plants
Effect of phosphorus availability on basal root shallowness in common bean
Lack of evidence for programmed root senescence in common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris) grown at different levels of phosphorus supply
Nitrogen dynamics during O3-induced accelerated senescence in hybrid poplar
Salinity tolerance in Phaseolus species during early vegetative growth
Salinity tolerance of Phaseolus species during germination and early seedling growth
Production of high-quality tomato transplants with a novel buffered fertilizer
Topsoil foraging - an architectural adaptation of plants to low phosphorus availability
A decline in nitrogen availability affects plant responses to ozone
Ethylene regulates common bean root growth in adaptation to P deficiency
Effect of phosphorus availability on basal root shallowness in common bean
Induction of a major leaf acid phosphatase does not confer adaptation to low phosphorus availability in common bean
Morphological synergism in root hair length, density, initiation and geometry for phosphorus acquisition in Arabidopsis thaliana: a modeling approach
Root hairs confer a competitive advantage under low phosphorus availability
Root gravitropism and below-ground competition among neighbouring plants: a modelling approach
The effect of phosphorus availability on the carbon economy of contrasting common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) genotypes
Regulation of root hair density by phosphorus availability in Arabidopsis thaliana
Potential of entomopathogenic nematodes for biological control of Acalymma vittatum (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) in cucumbers grown in conventional and organic soil management systems
Plant growth and phosphorus accumulation of wild type and two root hair mutants of Arabidopsis thaliana (Brassicaceae)
The efficiency of Arabidopsis thaliana (Brassicaceae) root hairs in phosphorus acquisition
The importance of root gravitropism for inter-root competition and phosphorus acquisition efficiency: results from a geometric simulation model
Effects of herbivory on internal ethylene production and sex expression in Cucurbita texana
Regulation of pollination-induced ethylene and its role in petal abscission of Pelargonium x hortorum
Improvement of rhododendron and forsythia growth with buffered-phosphorus fertilizer
Subcellular and tissue Mn compartmentation in bean leaves under Mn toxicity stress
Subcellular and tissue Mn compartmentation in bean leaves under Mn toxicity stress
Tolerance of tropical common bean genotypes to manganese toxicity: Performance under different growing conditions
Characterization of circadian-regulated mRNAs encoding glycine-rich RNA-binding proteins in Pelargonium x hortorum
Ethylene: a regulator of root architectural responses to soil phosphorus availability
The influence of fruit on the regulation of internal ethylene concentrations and sex expression in Cucurbita texana
Fractal geometry of root systems: field observations of contrasting genotypes of common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) grown under different phosphorus regimes.
Improving bedding plant quality and stress resistance with low phosphorus
Light and excess manganese. Implications for oxidative stress in common bean
Effects of phosphorus availability and vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizas on the carbon budget of common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
Effects of manganese toxicity on leaf CO2 assimilation of contrasting common bean genotypes
Estimating respiration of roots in soil: interactions with soil CO2, soil temperature and soil water content
SimRoot: modelling and visualization of root systems.
Fractal geometry of bean root systems: correlations between spatial and fractal dimension
Soil CO2 concentration does not affect growth or root respiration in bean or citrus
Salinity stress inhibits calcium loading into the xylem of excised barley (Hordeum vulgare) roots
A geographical approach to identify phosphorus-efficient genotypes among landraces and wild ancestors of common bean
Effect of pollination on accumulation of ACC synthase and ACC oxidase transcripts, ethylene production and flower petal abscission in geranium (Pelargonium x hortorum L.H. Bailey)
The responses of wild-type and ABA mutant Arabidopsis thaliana plants to phosphorus starvation
Ethylene and abscission
Ethylene and plant responses to nutritional stress
Marigold growth and phosphorus leaching in a soilless medium amended with phosphorus-charged alumina
Phosphorus distribution and remobilization in bean plants as influenced by phosphorus nutrition
Stimulation of root hair elongation in Arabidopsis thaliana by low phosphorus availability
Utilization of phosphorus substrates by contrasting common bean genotypes
Utilization of Phosphorus Substrates by Contrasting Common Bean Genotypes
Effect of Phosphorus Deficiency on Growth Angle of Basal Roots in Phaseolus vulgaris
Phosphorus Responses of C-3 and C-4 Species
Effects of the Production Environment on the Susceptibility of Rose Flowers to Postharvest Infection by Botrytis cinerea
Adaptation of Beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) to Low Phosphorus Availability
Genetic Variation for Phosphorus Efficiency of Common Bean in Contrasting Soil Types: II Yield Response
Genetic Variation for Phosphorus Efficiency of Common Bean in Contrasting Soil Types: I Vegetative Response
Characters Related to Leaf Photosynthesis in Wild Populations and Landraces of Common Bean
Exploitation of Localized Phosphorus-patches by Common Bean Roots
Germanium Accumulation and Toxicity in Barley
Differences Between Rose Cultivars in Susceptibility to Infection by Botrytis cinerea
Modeling the Belowground Response of Plants and Soil Biota to Edaphic and Climatic Change - What can we Expect to Gain?
Carbon Cost of Root Systems - an Architectural Approach
Photosynthetic Nitrogen-use Efficiency in Relation to Leaf Longevity in Common Bean
Postharvest Control of Botrytis cinerea on Cut Rose Flowers with Pyrrolnitrin
Blueberry Mycorrhizae: Current Knowledge and Future Directions
Forcing Temperature Affects Postproduction Quality, Dark Respiration Rate, and Ethylene Responsiveness of Pelargonium-Plus-Domesticum
Heritable Differences in Postproduction Quality of Pelargonium X domesticum
Ethylene Synthesis and Floral Senescence Following Compatible and Incompatible Pollinations in Petunia inflata
Pyrrolnitrin, Captan-Benomyl, and High CO2 Enhance Raspberry Shelf Life at 0C or 18C
Ethylene Responsiveness Changes in Pelargonium X domesticum Florets
Parallel Sequencing of ESTs from Two cDNA Libraries for High and Low Phosphorus Adaptation in Common Beans
Strategies and Agronomic Interventions to Improve the Phosphorus-use Efficiency of Farming Systems
Commentary: Analyzing Lateral Root Development: How to Move Forward
New Roots for Agriculture - Exploiting the Root Phenome
Responses to Low Phosphorus in High- and Low- Anthocyanin Coleus (Solenostemon scutellaroides) and Maize (Zea mays)
RootScan: Software for High-throughput Analysis of Root Anatomical Traits
Maize root growth angles become steeper under low N conditions
Complementarity in root architecture for nutrient uptake in ancient maize/bean and maize/bean/squash polycultures
Theoretical evidence for the functional benefit of root cortical aerenchyma in soils with low phosphorus availability
Spatial distribution and phenotypic variation in root cortical aerenchyma of maize (Zea mays L.)
Modeling resource interactions under multiple edaphic stresses
Phenotypic diversity of root anatomical and architectural traits in Zea species
Land use effects on erosion and carbon storage of the Río Chimbo watershed, Ecuador
Steep, cheap, and deep: an ideotype to optimize water and N acquisition by maize root systems
Basal root whorl number: a modulator of phosphorus acquisition in common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.)
Root cortical burden influences drought tolerance in maize
Integration of root phenes for soil resource acquisition
Root cortical aerenchyma inhibits radial nutrient transport in maize (Zea mays L.)
Low crown root number enhances nitrogen acquisition from low nitrogen soils in maize (Zea mays L.)
Root anatomical phenes associated with water acquisition from drying soil: targets for crop improvement
The optimal lateral root branching density for maize depends on nitrogen and phosphorus availability
Root cortical aerenchyma enhances nitrogen acquisition from low nitrogen soils in maize (Zea mays L.)
QTL mapping and phenotypic variation for root architectural traits in maize (Zea mays L.)
Field phenotyping of soybean roots for drought stress tolerance
Root foraging elicits niche complementarity-dependent yield advantage in the ancient “three sisters” (maize/bean/squash) polyculture
Root traits for improving nitrogen acquisition efficiency
Root phenes that reduce the metabolic costs of soil exploration: opportunities for 21st century agriculture
Image-based high-throughput field phenotyping of crop roots
Large root cortical cell size improves drought tolerance in maize (Zea mays L.)
QTL mapping and phenotypic variation of root anatomical traits in maize (Zea mays L.)
Reduced root cortical cell file number improves drought tolerance in maize
Utility of root cortical aerenchyma under water limited conditions in tropical maize (Zea mays L.)
Roots of annual plants: stress tolerance, nutrient absorption, genotype selection
Opportunities and challenges in the subsoil: pathways to deeper rooted crops
Next generation shovelomics: set up a tent and REST
Evolution of maize (Zea mays L.) root architectural and anatomical phenes over the past 100 years corresponds to increased tolerance of nitrogen stress
Edaphic control of plant response to elevated CO2 in Festuca arundinaceae
Reduced frequency of lateral root branching improves N capture from low N soils in maize
Phene synergism between root hairs and basal root growth angle for phosphorus acquisition in common bean
Root anatomical phenes predict root penetration ability and biomechanical properties in maize
Intensive field phenotyping of maize (Zea mays L.) root crowns identifies phenes and phene integration associated with plant growth and nitrogen acquisition
Mn phytotoxicity: new light on an old problem
Reduced lateral root branching density improves drought tolerance in maize
The hidden half of crop yields
Root phenes that reduce the metabolic costs of soil exploration: opportunities for 21st century agriculture
Functional implications of root cortical senescence for soil resource capture
Digital Imaging of Root Traits (DIRT): a high-throughput computing and collaboration platform for field-based plant phenomics
Spatiotemporal variation of nitrate uptake kinetics within the maize (Zea mays) root system is associated with greater nitrate uptake and interactions with root system architectural phenes
Plants in silico: why, why now and what? - an integrative platform for plant systems biology research
Low crown root number improves water acquisition under water deficit stress in maize (Zea mays L.)
Crops in silico: Generating virtual crops using an integrative and multi-scale modeling platform
Genetic Variability in Phosphorus Responses of Rice Root Phenotypes
Foliar nutrient distribution patterns in sympatric Maple species reflect contrasting sensitivity to excess manganese
Impacts of Agricultural Nitrogen on the Environment and Strategies to Reduce these Impacts
Legume shovelomics: High—Throughput phenotyping of common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) and cowpea (Vigna unguiculata subsp, unguiculata) root architecture in the field
Impact of axial root growth angles on nitrogen acquisition in maize depends on environmental conditions
Genome‑wide association mapping and agronomic impact of cowpea root architecture

Genetic analysis of data produced by novel root phenotyping tools was used to establish relationships between cowpea root traits and performance indicators as well between root traits and Striga tolerance.

Root cortical senescence decreases root respiration, nutrient content, and radial water and nutrient transport in barley
Temperature and light drive manganese accumulation and stress in crops across three major plant families
OpenSimRoot: Widening the scope and application of root architectural models
Root Cortical Senescence Improves Growth under Suboptimal Availability of N, P, and K
Morphological Plant Modeling: Unleashing Geometric and Topological Potential within the Plant Sciences
Reduction in Root Secondary Growth as a Strategy for Phosphorus Acquisition
Buffered delivery of phosphate to Arabidopsis alters responses to low phosphate
Rightsizing root phenotypes for drought resistance
Reduced root cortical burden improves growth and grain yield under low phosphorus availability in maize
Large crown root number improves topsoil foraging and phosphorus acquisition in maize
Ethylene Modulates Root Cortical Senescence in Barley
Rice auxin influx carrier OsAUX1 facilitates root hair elongation in response to low external phosphate
A mechanistic framework for auxin dependent Arabidopsis root hair elongation to low external phosphate
Co-optimisation of axial root phenotypes for nitrogen and phosphorus acquisition in common bean
Maize Genomes to Fields: 2014 and 2015 field season genotype, phenotype, environment, and inbred ear image datasets
The effect of artificial selection on phenotypic plasticity in maize
Greater lateral root branching density in maize (Zea mays L.) improves phosphorus acquisition from low phosphorus soil
Inundation of a floodplain lake woodlands system: nutritional profiling and benefit to mature Eucalyptus largiflorens (Black Box) trees
The Xerobranching Response Represses Lateral Root Formation When Roots Are Not in Contact with Water
Progressive drought alters architectural and anatomical traits of rice roots
Root Branching and Nutrient Efficiency: Status and Way Forward in Root and Tuber Crops
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Root phenotypes for improved nutrient capture: an underexploited opportunity for global agriculture
Seedling Root Architecture and its Relationship With Seed Yield Across Diverse Environments in Phaseolus vulgaris
Three-dimensional analysis of biological systems via a novel laser ablation technique
Laser Ablation Tomography for Visualization of Root Colonization by Edaphic Organisms
Genotypic variation and nitrogen stress effects on root anatomy in maize are node-specific
Single and Multi-trait GWAS Identify Genetic Factors Associated with Production Traits in Common Bean Under Abiotic Stress Environments
Root cortical anatomy is associated with differential pathogenic and symbiotic fungal colonization in maize
Laser ablation tomography for visualization of root colonization by edaphic organisms
A case study on the efficacy of root phenotypic selection for edaphic stress tolerance in low-input agriculture: common bean breeding in Mozambique
Shovelomics root traits assessed on the EURoot maize panel are highly heritable across environments but show low genotype-by-nitrogen interaction
Genetic Control of Root Anatomical Plasticity in Maize
Genetic components of root architecture and anatomy adjustments to water-deficit stress in spring Barley
Parental effects and provisioning under drought and low phosphorus stress in common bean
Multiscale computational models can guide experimentation and targeted measurements for crop improvement
Relative utility of agronomic, phenological, and morphological traits for assessing genotype-by-environment interaction in maize inbreds
QTL analysis of adventitious root formation in common bean under contrasting phosphorus availability
Quantitative Trait Loci for Root Architecture Traits Correlated with Phosphorus Acquisition in Common Bean
Genetic Control of Root Architectural Plasticity in Maize
Root anatomical traits contribute to deeper rooting of maize (Zea mays L.) under compacted field conditions
Multiple integrated root phenotypes are associated with improved drought tolerance in maize
Maize genomes to fields (G2F): 2014–2017 field seasons: genotype, phenotype, climatic, soil, and inbred ear image datasets
Root Secondary Growth: An Unexplored Component of Soil Resource Acquisition
Should Root Plasticity Be a Crop Breeding Target?
Comparative phenomics of annual grain legume root architecture
Spatio-temporal variation in water uptake in seminal and nodal root systems of barley plants grown in soil
Root phenotypic diversity in common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) reveals contrasting strategies for soil resource acquisition among gene pools and races
Root metaxylem and architecture phenotypes integrate to regulate water use under drought stress
An analysis of soil coring strategies to estimate root depth in maize (Zea mays) and common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris)
The ability of maize roots to grow through compacted soil is not dependent on the amount of roots formed

Crops can make deep roots without making more roots

Three-dimensional imaging reveals that positions of cyst nematode feeding sites relative to xylem vessels differ between susceptible and resistant wheat
Shared genetic architecture underlying root metaxylem phenotypes under drought stress in cereals

Cross-species genome-wide association studies and a gene coexpression network identified genes associated with root metaxylem phenotypes in maize under water stress and non-stress and rice.

A comparative analysis of quantitative metrics of root architectural phenotypes.

Metrics of phenes are more reliable, stable, and robust descriptions of root architecture than are estimates of phene aggregates.

Genotypic variation in soil penetration by maize roots is negatively related to ethylene-induced thickening

Maize lines with reduced ethylene sensitivity penetrate hard soil better, creating deeper rooting in compacted soil

Nodal root diameter and node number in maize (Zea mays L.) interact to influence plant growth under nitrogen stress

We identify nodal root phenotypes that improve growth of maize under suboptimal nitrogen availability

Multiseriate cortical sclerenchyma enhance root penetration in compacted soils

Multiseriate cortical sclerenchyma (MCS) is a root anatomical phenotype in maize, wheat, and other cereals with utility in environments with mechanical impedance.

Plant roots sense soil compaction through restricted ethylene diffusion

Ethylene stops root growth through hard soil

Genetic control of root architectural traits in KDML105 chromosome segment substitution lines under well-watered and drought stress conditions

QTL for rice root architectural traits under drought

Foliar elemental microprobe data and leaf anatomical traits consistent with drought tolerance in Eucalyptus largiflorens (Myrtaceae)
Root Biology in the 21st century: challenges and opportunities
Increased seminal root number associated with domestication improves nitrogen and phosphorus acquisition in maize seedlings
DIRT/3D: 3D phenotyping for field-grown maize (Zea mays)
Root Angle in Maize Influences Nitrogen Capture and is regulated by ZmCIPK15
Root Anatomy and Soil Resource Capture
Root hair phenotypes influence nitrogen acquisition in maize
Soil penetration by maize roots is negatively related to ethylene-induced thickening
Harnessing root architecture to address global challenges
Integrated root phenotypes for low nitrogen tolerance in rice
Theoretical evidence that root penetration ability interacts with soil compaction regimes to affect nitrate capture
Simulating Crop Root Systems Using OpenSimRoot
Phenotyping cowpea for seedling root architecture reveals root phenes important for breeding phosphorus efficient varieties
Future roots for future soils
The importance of dominance and genotype-by-environment interactions on grain yield variation in a large-scale public cooperative maize experiment
Utility of Climatic Information via Combining Ability Models to Improve Genomic Prediction for Yield within the Genomes to Fields Maize Project
Stomata-mediated interactions between plants, herbivores, and the environment
Root anatomical phenotypes related to growth under low nitrogen availability in maize (Zea mays L.) hybrids
Anatomics: High-throughput phenotyping of plant anatomy
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.
Multi-objective optimization of root phenotypes for nutrient acquisition using evolutionary algorithms
The importance of edaphic stress interactions for plant function: important yet poorly understood drivers of plant production in future climates.
Gradual domestication of root traits in the earliest maize from Tehuacan
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.
Spatiotemporal responses to drought in rice roots.
RootSlice: functional structural modeling of root anatomy
Modelling root loss reveals impacts on nutrient uptake and crop development
Root angle is controlled by EGT1 in cereal crops employing a novel anti-gravitropic mechanism
Many paths to one goal: Identifying integrated rice root phenotypes for diverse drought environments
Comparative phenomics of root architecture and anatomy in Phaseolus species
Response of Southeast Asian rice root architecture and anatomy phenotypes to drought stress
Influence of root cortical aerenchyma on the rhizosphere microbiome of field-grown maize
Large root cortical cells and reduced cortical cell files improve growth under suboptimal nitrogen regimes in silico
Transcription factor bHLH121 regulates root cortical aerenchyma formation in maize
LEADER (Leaf Element Accumulation from Deep Roots): a nondestructive phenotyping platform to estimate rooting depth in the field
Cortical cell size regulates root metabolic cost
Root Phenotypes for Improved Nitrogen Capture
Cortical parenchyma wall width (CPW) regulates root metabolic cost and maize performance under suboptimal water availability
A role for fermentation in aerobic conditions as revealed by computational analysis of maize root metabolism during growth by cell elongation
Location: root architecture structures rhizosphere microbial associations
Root anatomy and biomechanical properties: Are plant roots individual elements or the sum of their parts?
Cortical cell size regulates root metabolic cost
Cortical parenchyma wall width (CPW) regulates root metabolic cost and maize performance under suboptimal water availability
Modeling reveals synergies among root traits for phosphorus acquisition in pearl millet
Xylem perforation plate phenotypes affect water use and drought adaptation in maize (Zea mays L.)