Journal Articles

Here is a list of EURoot funded journal articles as of January 2015


Beudeza N, Doussan C, Lefeuve-Mesgouez G, Mesgouez A 2012. Influence of three root spatial arrangement on soil water flow and uptake. Results from an explicit and an equivalent, uspscaled, model. Procedia Environmental Sciences 19:37-46 PDF

Couwenberg J, Fritz C 2012. Towards developing IPCC methane ‘emission factors’ for peatlands (organic soils). Mires and Peat, 10: 1–17 PDF

Puig J, Pauluzzi G, Guiderdoni E, Gantet P 2012. Regulation of shoot and root development through mutual signalling. Molecular Plant 5: 974-983 PDF



Blossfeld S, Schreiber CM, Liebsch G, Kuhn AJ, Hinsinger P 2013. Quantitative imaging of rhizosphere pH and CO2 dynamics with planar optodes. Annals of Botany112: 267–276 PDF

Faget M, Blossfeld S, Von Gillhaussen P, Schurr U, Temperton VM. 2013. Disentangling who is who during rhizosphere acidification in root interactions: combining fluorescence with optode techniques. Frontiers in Plant Science, doi: 10.3389/fpls.2013.00392 PDF

Fiorani F, Schurr U (2013) Future scenarios for plant phenotyping. Annual review of plant biology 64, 267-291

Kwasniewski M, Nowakowska U, Szumera J, Chwialkowska K, Szarejko I 2013. iRootHair: A Comprehensive Root Hair Genomics Database Plant Physiology, 161: 28–35

Postma JA, Schurr U, Fiorani F (2013). Dynamic root growth and architecture responses to limiting nutrient availability: linking physiological models and experimentation, Biotechnology Advances, Available online 5 September 2013, ISSN 0734-9750 PDF



Chaumont, F. and Tyerman, S.D. (2014) Aquaporins: Highly regulated channels controlling plant water relations, Plant Physiol. 164, doi:10.1104/pp.113.233791

Lartaud M, Perin C, Courtois B, Thomas E, Henry S, Bettembourg M, Divol F, Lanau N, Artus F, Bureau C, Verdeil J-L, Sarah G, Guiderdoni E, Dievart A (2014) PHIV-RootCell, a supervised image analysis tool for rice root anatomical parameter quantification. Frontiers in Plant Science 5:790 doi: 10.3389/fpls.2014.00790 PDF

Le Marié C, Kirchgessner N, Marschall D, Walter A and Hund A. 2014. Rhizoslides: Paper-based growth system for non-destructive, high throughput phenotyping of root development by means of image analysis. Plant Methods 10:13 PDF

Opitz N, Paschold A, Marcon C, Malik WA, Lanz C, Piepho H-P, Hochholdinger F. 2014. Transcriptomic complexity in young maize primary roots in response to low water potentials. BMC Genomics 2014, 15:741 PDF

Pfeifer J, Faget M, Walter A, Blossfeld S, Fiorani F, Schurr U and Nagel KA (2014). Spring barley shows dynamic compensatory root and shoot growth responses when exposed to localised soil compaction and fertilization. Functional Plant Biology, 41: 581-597



Ahmadi N, Audebert A, Bennett M, Bishopp A, Costa de Oliveira A, Courtois B, Diedhiou A, Diévart A, Gantet P, Ghesquière A, Guiderdoni E, Henry A, Inukai Y, Kochian L, Laplaze L, Lucas M, Luu D, Manneh B, Mo X, Muthurajan R, Périn C, Price A, Robin S, Sentenac H, Sine B, Uga Y, Véry AA, Wissuwa M, Wu P, Xu J (2015) The roots of future rice harvests. Rice 7:29. doi:10.1186/s12284-014-0029-y PDF

Marzec M, Melzer M, Szarejko I. 2015. Root hair development in the grasses: what we already know and what we still need to know? Plant Physiology, 168:407-414.

Zandt DI, Marié CL, Kirchgessner N, Visser EJW and Hund A 2015 High-resolution quantification of root dynamics in split-nutrient rhizoslides reveals rapid and strong proliferation of maize roots in response to local high nitrogen. J Ex Bot doi:10.1093/jxb/erv307 PDF

Vetterlein D., Doussan .C, 2016, Root age distribution: How does it matter in plant processes? A focus on water uptake, Plant and Soil (in press)

Colombi T, Kirchgessner N, Le Marié CA, York LM, Lynch JP, Hund A (2015) Next generation shovelomics: set up a tent and REST. Plant Soil:1-20. PDF

Lobet G, Pound MP, Diener J, Pradal C, Draye X, Godin C, Javaux M, Leitner D, Meunier F, Nacry P, Pridmore TP and Schnepf A. 2015 Root System Markup Language: Toward a Unified RootArchitecture Description Language. Plant Physiology 167: 617-627. PDF



Plant Roots: New challenges in a changing world Special issue of Journal of Experimental Botany

Chwialkowska K, Nowakowska U, Mroziewicz A, Szarejko I, Kwasniewski M. 2016. Water-deficiency conditions differently modulate the methylome of roots and leaves in barley (Hordeum vulgare L.). PDF

Janiak A, Kwasniewski M, Szarejko I. 2016 Gene expression regulation in roots under drought.

Kwasniewski M, Daszkowska-Golec A, Janiak A, Chwialkowska K, Nowakowska U, Sablok G, Szarejko I. 2016. Transcriptome analysis reveals the role of the root hairs as environmental sensors to maintain plant functions under water deficiency conditions. doi:10.1093/jxb/erv498 PDF

Opitz N, Marcon C, Paschold A, Malik WA, Lithio A, Brandt R, Piepho HP, Nettleton D, Hochholdinger F 2016. Exceptional tissue-specific transcriptomic plasticity in maize primary roots upon water deficit PDF

Kalogiros DI, Adu MO, White PJ, Broadley MR, Draye X, Ptashnyk M, Bengough AG, Dupuy LX 2016. Analysis of root growth from a phenotyping dataset using a density-based model

Maccaferri M, Elfeki W, Gashemali N, Salvi S, Canè MA, Colalongo MC, Stefanelli S, Tuberosa R 2016. Prioritizing QTLs for root system architecture in tetraploid wheat

Mori A, Fukuda T, Vejchasarn P, Pariasca-Tanaka J, Wissuwa M 2016. The role of root size versus root efficiency in phosphorus (P) acquisition of rice


Erel R, Bérard A, Capowiez L, Doussan C, Arnal D, Souche G, Gavaland A, Fritz C, Visser EJW, Salvi S, Le Marié C, Hund A, Hinsinge P 2016. Soil type determines how root and rhizosphere traits relate to phosphorus acquisition in field-grown maize genotypes. Plant and Soil DOI 10.1007/s11104-016-3127-3 PDF



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