Jonathan Atkinson University of Nottingham Nottingham
1 protocol

Bipin Pandey University of Nottingham Nottingham
1 protocol

Craig J. Sturrock
  • Research scientist, University of Nottingham Nottingham
Research focus
  • X-ray Tomography; Soil and Plant Science; Plant Root Phenotyping; Image Analysis
  • 1 Author merit


PhD, Abertay Dundee, 2002

Lab information

I am the manager of The Hounsfield Facility where I lead a number of projects related to application of X-ray CT imaging for soil and plant science applications. We are interested in the adaptive responses of plant roots to abiotic stress; Rhizosphere Ecology; Conservation Agriculture; Soil Biophysics.


1 Protocol published
Non-invasive Imaging of Rice Roots in Non-compacted and Compacted Soil
Authors:  Bipin K. Pandey, Jonathan A. Atkinson and Craig J. Sturrock, date: 12/20/2021, view: 1219, Q&A: 0

Roots are the prime organ for nutrient and water uptake and are therefore fundamental to the growth and development of plants. However, physical challenges of a heterogeneous environment and diverse edaphic stresses affect root growth in soil.

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