LEGO® Bricks as Building Blocks for Centimeter-Scale Biological Environments: The Case of Plants

LEGO ® Bricks as Building Blocks for Centimeter-Scale

LEGO ® Bricks as Building Blocks for Centimeter-Scale Biological Environments: The Case of Plants. Kara R. Lind, 1 Tom Sizmur, 1, 2, cm-scale environments for the study of plants and other organisms. Supporting Information. Appendices S1.

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LEGO Bricks As Building Blocks For Centimeter -Scale

If desired, the Lego walls and Lego baseplate can be removed as the gel will remain intact. The roots can then be imaged an additional time from the desired angles. 11. Gently toss the gel cube containing the plant against the bottom of a vessel. Root growth produce fractures in the gel.

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LEGOH Bricks as Building Blocks for Centimeter-Scale

LEGOH Bricks as Building Blocks for Centimeter-Scale Biological Environments: The Case of Plants Kara R. Lind1, Tom Sizmur1,2¤, Saida Benomar1,2, Anthony Miller1,3, Ludovico Cademartiri1,2,4

LEGO (R) Bricks as Building Blocks for Centimeter-Scale

Scheme of the process of carrying out a plant growth experiment using LEGO bricks as building blocks. The same process can be used to prototype and fabricate other biological experiments.

LEGO bricks turned into scientific tool to study plant

LEGO® Bricks as Building Blocks for Centimeter-Scale Biological Environments: The Case of Plants. (2014, June 26). LEGO bricks turned into scientific tool to study plant growth.

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LEGO® Bricks as Building Blocks for Centimeter-Scale

LEGO bricks are commercially available interlocking pieces of plastic that are conventionally used as toys. We describe their use to build engineered environments for cm-scale biological systems, in particular plant roots.

RIA # 121: Dr. Ludovico Cademartiri on Researching Plants

LEGO Bricks as building blocks for centimeter-scale biological environments: The case of plants. PLoS ONE 9 (6): e100867. Segment 2 : Using Plasmas for Nanostructure Processing [12:13-22:06]

Plant Growth Environments with Programmable Relative

We describe the design, characterization, and use of “programmable”, sterile growth environments for individual (or small sets of) plants. The specific relative humidities and nutrient availability experienced by the plant is established (RH between 15% and 95%; nutrient concentration as desired) during the setup of the growth environment, which takes about 5 minutes and <1$ in disposable cost.

LEGO Bricks in Education: An Overview | Homeschooling Teen

Academic journal articles on the subject have such esoteric titles as “An Exploration of the Nanoworld with LEGO Bricks,” “Building Learning Curve and Script Theory Knowledge with LEGO,” and “LEGO Bricks as Building Blocks for Centimeter-Scale Biological Environments: The Case of Plants.”

Maize (Zea mays L.) | Plant Biology

Roothairless5, which functions in maize (Zea mays L.) root hair initiation and elongation encodes a monocot-specific NADPH oxidase; LEGO(R) bricks as building blocks for centimeter-scale biological environments: the case of plants

To Feed the World, Try Legos – Inkfish

Jul 01, 2014 · LEGO® Bricks as Building Blocks for Centimeter-Scale Biological Environments: The Case of Plants PLoS ONE, 9 (6) DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0100867 CATEGORIZED UNDER: environment , farming

Publications – Tom Sizmur – Google

Publications Most of my publications can be downloaded from my Research Gate profile Sizmur, T., O’Driscoll, N.J. and Cai. Y. 2018 Preface: Special issue in Mercury Biogeochemistry and Fate.

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