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Agronomy & Horticulture Special Seminar – Menachem Moshelion

The Use of Novel, Reversed Physiological Phenotyping Methods in a Continuous High-Throughput Crop–Environment Characterization (Continuous G × E)

Date: Time: 3:30 pm
via Zoom
Contact: Kaye Wolfe, kaye.wolfe@unl.edu
Menachem Moshelion, professor The R.H. Smith Institute of Plant Sciences and Genetics in Agriculture, The R.H. Smith Faculty of Agriculture, Food and Environment, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Rehovot, Israel presents “The Use of Novel, Reversed Physiological Phenotyping Methods in a Continuous High-Throughput Crop–Environment Characterization (Continuous G × E).” Our study demonstrated that continuous quantitative measurements of whole-plant (tomato) physiological traits can explain functional differences in their stomatal density and diurnal aperture, as well as their yield under field conditions. Idiotype lines had highly plastic stomatal-conductance, high ratio of abaxial-adaxial stomatal density and early daily aperture.

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