Articles & Whitepapers
Field of genes: Uncovering EGRINs (Environmental Gene Regulatory Influence Networks) in Rice that Function During High-temperature and Drought Stress
Heat and drought stress greatly restrict crop productivity, but most of what we know about a plant’s response to these stresses comes from controlled laboratory studies. This factor, along with ...
Barley root hair growth and morphology in soil, sand, and water solution media and relationship with nickel toxicity
Sustainable biodegradation of phenolic endocrine-disrupting chemicals by
Phragmites australis–rhizosphere bacteria association
Equipment & Solutions
Etymology: The term hydroponics is derived from two Greek words, “hydros”, meaning water, and “ponos”, meaning work. Hydroponics is the science of growing plants in water, without the use of soil. Also known as soilless culture, the same nutrients that a plant normally obtains from soil are delivered straight to the roots as an accurately controlled solution.