Dagmar van Dusschoten
Dagmar van Dusschoten
Senior Scientist at IBG-2, Plant Sciences, Forschungszentrum Juelich
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Pot size matters: a meta-analysis of the effects of rooting volume on plant growth
H Poorter, J Bühler, D van Dusschoten, J Climent, JA Postma
Functional Plant Biology 39 (11), 839-850, 2012
Combined MRI–PET dissects dynamic changes in plant structures and functions
S Jahnke, MI Menzel, D Van Dusschoten, GW Roeb, J Bühler, ...
The Plant Journal 59 (4), 634-644, 2009
Direct comparison of MRI and X-ray CT technologies for 3D imaging of root systems in soil: potential and challenges for root trait quantification
R Metzner, A Eggert, D van Dusschoten, D Pflugfelder, S Gerth, U Schurr, ...
Plant methods 11, 1-11, 2015
Temperature responses of roots: impact on growth, root system architecture and implications for phenotyping
KA Nagel, B Kastenholz, S Jahnke, D Van Dusschoten, T Aach, ...
Functional Plant Biology 36 (11), 947-959, 2009
Quantitative 3D analysis of plant roots growing in soil using magnetic resonance imaging
D van Dusschoten, R Metzner, J Kochs, JA Postma, D Pflugfelder, ...
Plant physiology 170 (3), 1176-1188, 2016
Non-invasive approaches for phenotyping of enhanced performance traits in bean
U Rascher, S Blossfeld, F Fiorani, S Jahnke, M Jansen, AJ Kuhn, ...
Functional Plant Biology 38 (12), 968-983, 2011
A portable Halbach magnet that can be opened and closed without force: The NMR-CUFF
CW Windt, H Soltner, D Van Dusschoten, P Blümler
Journal of Magnetic Resonance 208 (1), 27-33, 2011
Quantitative T2 imaging of plant tissues by means of multi-echo MRI microscopy
HT Edzes, D Van Dusschoten, H Van As
Magnetic Resonance Imaging 16 (2), 185-196, 1998
Non-invasive imaging of plant roots in different soils using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
D Pflugfelder, R Metzner, D van Dusschoten, R Reichel, S Jahnke, ...
Plant Methods 13, 1-9, 2017
MRI links stem water content to stem diameter variations in transpiring trees
V De Schepper, D Van Dusschoten, P Copini, S Jahnke, K Steppe
Journal of Experimental Botany 63 (7), 2645-2653, 2012
Fitting of the beat pattern observed in NMR free-induction decay signals of concentrated carbohydrate–water solutions
W Derbyshire, M Van Den Bosch, D Van Dusschoten, W MacNaughtan, ...
Journal of Magnetic Resonance 168 (2), 278-283, 2004
Extracting diffusion constants from echo-time-dependent PFG NMR data using relaxation-time information
D Vandusschoten, PA Dejager, H Vanas
Journal of Magnetic Resonance, Series A 116 (1), 22-28, 1995
Increased torque transducer sensitivity via oversampling
D van Dusschoten, M Wilhelm
Rheologica acta 40, 395-399, 2001
Mobility in Maltose−Water Glasses Studied with 1H NMR
IJ van den Dries, D van Dusschoten, MA Hemminga
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 102 (51), 10483-10489, 1998
Characterization of the diffusive properties of biofilms using pulsed field gradient‐nuclear magnetic resonance
EE Beuling, D Van Dusschoten, P Lens, JC Van Den Heuvel, H Van As, ...
Biotechnology and Bioengineering 60 (3), 283-291, 1998
Quantification of water transport in plants with NMR imaging
TWJ Scheenen, D Van Dusschoten, PA De Jager, H Van As
Journal of Experimental Botany 51 (351), 1751-1759, 2000
Study of transport phenomena in chromatographic columns by pulsed field gradient NMR
U Tallarek, D van Dusschoten, H Van As, E Bayer, G Guiochon
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 102 (18), 3486-3497, 1998
NMR methods for imaging of transport processes in micro-porous systems
H Van As, D Van Dusschoten
Geoderma 80 (3-4), 389-403, 1997
Unraveling diffusion constants in biological tissue by combining Carr‐Purcell‐Meiboom‐Gill imaging and pulsed field gradient NMR
D van Dusschoten, CTW Moonen, PA De Jager, H Van As
Magnetic resonance in medicine 36 (6), 907-913, 1996
Plant root tortuosity: an indicator of root path formation in soil with different composition and density
L Popova, D van Dusschoten, KA Nagel, F Fiorani, B Mazzolai
Annals of botany 118 (4), 685-698, 2016
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