This document is one entry in a series of questions and answers originally posted to the Purdue University Department of Horticulture & Landscape Architecture’s Plant Growth Facility Web site [http://www.hort.purdue.edu/hort/facilities/greenhouse/101exp.shtml] regarding best practices for Arabidopsis thaliana growth. Digital images showing treatment differences are included. A summary of recommendations; materials and methods description; and references list are available in separate documents.
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Date of this Version
Eddy, Robert; Hahn, Daniel T.; and Aschenbeck, Laura, "101 Ways to Try to Grow Arabidopsis: Can I Leave Plants Sitting in Water?" (2008). Purdue Methods for Arabidopsis Growth. Paper 6.