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Lionel Dupuy Department of Ecological Sciences, James Hutton Institute, Invergowrie, UK
2 protocols

Martin Broadley Plant and Crop Sciences Division, School of Biosciences, University of Nottingham, Sutton Bonington Campus, UK
1 protocol

Malcolm Bennett Plant and Crop Sciences Division, School of Biosciences, University of Nottingham, Sutton Bonington Campus, UK
1 protocol

Lea Wiesel Department of Ecological Sciences, James Hutton Institute, Invergowrie, UK
1 protocol

Philip J. White
  • Department of Ecological Sciences, James Hutton Institute, Invergowrie, UK
Contributions
  • 1 Author merit

Education

Ph.D. in Natural Sciences, University of Manchester, 1987

Current position

Professor in Biology, King Saud University, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Researcher in Plant Nutritional Genomics, The James Hutton Institute, Dundee, United Kingdom

Publications

  1. Adu, M. O., Chatot, A., Wiesel, L., Bennett, M. J., Broadley, M. R., White, P. J. and Dupuy, L. X. (2014). A scanner system for high-resolution quantification of variation in root growth dynamics of Brassica rapa genotypes. J Exp Bot 65(8): 2039-2048.
  2. George, T. S., Brown, L. K., Ramsay, L., White, P. J., Newton, A. C., Bengough, A. G., Russell, J. and Thomas, W. T. (2014). Understanding the genetic control and physiological traits associated with rhizosheath production by barley (Hordeum vulgare). New Phytol 203(1): 195-205.
  3. Ribeiro, K. M., Barreto, B., Pasqual, M., White, P. J., Braga, R. A. and Dupuy, L. X. (2014). Continuous, high-resolution biospeckle imaging reveals a discrete zone of activity at the root apex that responds to contact with obstacles. Ann Bot 113(3): 555-563.
  4. Downie, H. F., Adu, M. O., Schmidt, S., Otten, W., Dupuy, L. X., White, P. J. and Valentine, T. A. (2014). Challenges and opportunities for quantifying roots and rhizosphere interactions through imaging and image analysis. Plant Cell Environ. (Epub ahead of print)
  5. Shi, L., Shi, T., Broadley, M. R., White, P. J., Long, Y., Meng, J., Xu, F. and Hammond, J. P. (2013). High-throughput root phenotyping screens identify genetic loci associated with root architectural traits in Brassica napus under contrasting phosphate availabilities. Ann Bot 112(2): 381-389.
  6. White, P. J. (2013). Improving potassium acquisition and utilisation by crop plants. J Plant Nutr Soil Sci 176(3): 305-316.
  7. White, P. J., George, T. S., Dupuy, L. X., Karley, A. J., Valentine, T. A., Wiesel, L. and Wishart, J. (2013). Root traits for infertile soils. Front Plant Sci 4: 193.
  8. White, P. J., George, T. S., Gregory, P. J., Bengough, A. G., Hallett, P. D. and McKenzie, B. M. (2013). Matching roots to their environment. Ann Bot 112(2): 207-222.
  9. Lux, A., Martinka, M., Vaculik, M. and White, P. J. (2011). Root responses to cadmium in the rhizosphere: a review. J Exp Bot 62(1): 21-37.
  10. Dupuy, L., Vignes, M., McKenzie, B. M. and White, P. J. (2010). The dynamics of root meristem distribution in the soil. Plant Cell Environ 33(3): 358-369.
1 Protocol published
Scanner-based Time-lapse Root Phenotyping
Non-destructive phenotyping of root system architecture can facilitate breeding for root traits that optimize resource acquisition. This protocol describes the construction of a low-cost, high-resolution root phenotyping platform, requiring no ...