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Roots, Shoots, and Photosynthesis: Measuring Tree Sapling Response to Drought

Drier and longer summers are taking a toll on trees in temperate regions acclimatized to more rainfall. Therefore, in an ...

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Food Supply, Climate Change, and Epicuticular Wax

Leaf spectroscopy is used to indirectly get information on several morphological and physiological features of leaves and the plant as ...

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Chlorophyll Fluorescence Detects Water Stress

Developing drought stress tolerance is one of the major targets of many crop breeding programs. Precise and efficient tools to ...

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In the Field with Dani Degenhardt from the Canadian Forest Service

Recently, our Staff Scientist, Eric Munoz-Garcia, sat down with Dani Degenhardt who is a Research Scientist with the Canadian Forest ...

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Measuring Soil Carbon Flux

The carbon fluxes of many terrestrial ecosystems are well known. However, below-ground carbon’s contribution to the carbon cycle of ...

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Irrigating with Saline or Seawater

Currently, agriculture uses seventy percent of the freshwaters, globally. Available freshwater sources will not be enough to increase food production ...

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Cadmium Toxicity in Plants

Cadmium is a heavy, non-biodegradable metal that is toxic to plants, people, and animals. With increasing pollution and emission of ...

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New Product Innovations by CID Bio-Science to Debut at International Conference

New tech will be the focus of US firm CID Bio-Science, Inc. at the 2019 ASA-CSSA-SSSA International Annual Meeting, one ...

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Tree, Crop & Plant Stress – A Primer on Abiotic and Biotic Stressors

The natural conditions in which plants and trees grow are neither uniform nor controlled. Many changes or fluctuations, even if ...

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Detect Stress by Measuring Photosynthesis

Plants face many environmental stresses, such as light, moisture, nutrients, temperature, and pollutants. Many of these factors are essential for ...

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