EurekaMag.com logo
+ Site Statistics
References:
47,893,527
Abstracts:
28,296,643
+ Search Articles
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
EurekaMag Most Shared ContentMost Shared
EurekaMag PDF Full Text ContentPDF Full Text
+ PDF Full Text
Request PDF Full TextRequest PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter
Follow on Google+Follow on Google+
Follow on LinkedInFollow on LinkedIn

+ Translate

Wheat root morphology, root anatomy, and hydraulic conductivity as affected by temperature


, : Wheat root morphology, root anatomy, and hydraulic conductivity as affected by temperature. Dissertation Abstracts International B, Sciences and Engineering 52(5): 2358B

Winter wheat Newton was grown at constant air temperatures of 10, 20, 25 and 30 degrees C. Three plants from each temperature were randomly harvested daily beginning at 4 after sowing for 30 d. A temperature of 30 degrees restricted formation of seminal root axes; 10 degrees inhibited production of crown root axes. Length and DW of wheat roots increased as temperature increased from 10 to 25 degrees , than declined at 30 degrees.


Accession: 002277805

Submit PDF Full Text: Here


Submit PDF Full Text

No spam - Every submission is manually reviewed

Due to poor quality, we do not accept files from Researchgate

Submitted PDF Full Texts will always be free for everyone
(We only charge for PDFs that we need to acquire)

Select a PDF file:
Close
Close

Related references

Yang XiaoQing; Zhang SuiQi; Liu XiaoFang; M.Z.Xin, 2007: Relationship between roots hydraulic conductivity and root anatomy of winter wheat (T. aestivum). In this study, three varieties of winter wheat (Changwu 134, Xiaoyan 6 and Shaan 253) with different drought-resistance were used to understand the relationships among roots Lpr, roots anatomy and drought-resistance under the condition of solution...

Wang-Zhoufeng; Zhang-Suiqil; Liu-Xiaofang, 2005: Root system hydraulic conductivity of different genotype maize and its relationship with root anatomy. Under solution culture condition and by using pressure chamber techniques, this paper studied the difference of root system hydraulic conductivity (Lpr) of different genotype maize at the level of individual root, and its relationship with root an...

Wang, Z.; Zhang, S.; Liu, X., 2006: Root system hydraulic conductivity of different genotype maize and its relationship with root anatomy. Under solution culture condition and by using pressure chamber techniques, this paper studied the difference of root system hydraulic conductivity (Lpr) of different genotype maize at the level of individual root, and its relationship with root an...

Rieger, M.L.tvin, P., 1999: Root system hydraulic conductivity in species with contrasting root anatomy. Previous research suggested that the hydraulic properties of root systems of intact plants could be described by two parameters: the hydraulic conductivity (Lp(r)) or the slope of the flow-density/water potential gradient relationship, and the off...

Rodríguez-Gamir, J.; Intrigliolo, D.S.; Primo-Millo, E.; Forner-Giner, M.Angeles., 2010: Relationships between xylem anatomy, root hydraulic conductivity, leaf/root ratio and transpiration in citrus trees on different rootstocks. The aim of the study was to determine the extent in which leaf and whole plant transpiration (Tp) were influenced by root hydraulic conductance (K(r)), leaf to root ratio and leaf mass. Also, the relationships between the anatomic characteristics...

Wang, Y.; Dong, X.; Wang, H.; Wang, Z.; Gu, J., 2016: Root tip morphology, anatomy, chemistry and potential hydraulic conductivity vary with soil depth in three temperate hardwood species. Root traits in morphology, chemistry and anatomy are important to root physiological functions, but the differences between shallow and deep roots have rarely been studied in woody plants. Here, we selected three temperate hardwood species, Juglan...

M.Z.Xin; Zhang SuiQi; Zhang LinSheng; Liang AiHua; Liang ZongSuo, 2006: Hydraulic conductivity of whole root system is better than hydraulic conductivity of single root in correlation with the leaf water status of maize. Under hydroponic culture conditions, we studied the relationship between two different types of root hydraulic conductivity of maize (Zea mays L.) and its leaf water status. The results have proved the inaccuracy of the single root hydraulic condu...

Lopez, F.; Nobel, P., 1991: Root hydraulic conductivity of two cactus species in relation to root age, temperature, and soil water status. The effects of root age, temperature, and soil water status on root hydraulic conductivity (Lp) were investigated for two cactus species, Ferocactus acanthodes and Opuntia ficus-indica. The volumetric flux density of water was measured for excised...

Veselova, S.; Farhutdinov, R.; Mitrichenko, A.; Symonyan, M.; Hartung, W., 2003: The effect of root cooling on hormone content, leaf conductance and root hydraulic conductivity of durum wheat seedlings. Bulgarian Journal of Plant Physiology (Special Issue): 360-366

Carvajal, M.; Cooke, D.T.; Clarkson, D.T., 1995: The effects of nutrient deprivation on the biochemical and biophysical properties of wheat root plasma membranes and their relation to root hydraulic conductivity. Journal of Experimental Botany 46(SUPPL ): 51