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Crop Ecophysiology Lab (CELab)

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Kansas State University
Department of Agronomy
2014 Throckmorton PSC
1712 Claflin Road
Manhattan, KS 66506

Ph: +1-785-532-6914
Ph: +1-785-706-3263
Fx: +1-785-532-6094

Facility

CELab Expertise

The Crop Ecophysiology Lab (CELab) has extensive knowledge and expertise, facilities and equipment for addressing the impacts of abiotic stresses (drought, high day- and night-time temperatures, cold and salinity) on grain crops (wheat, sorghum, rice, soybean, canola and pearl millet).

The CELab has developed necessary plant phenotyping (field-based and controlled environmental conditions) methods to explore, identify and validate promising traits and/or physiological mechanisms inducing resilience to abiotic stresses in field crops.

Field Phenotyping Facility

Heat TentRain-Out SheltersSorghum Chilling Stress Experiment
Heat Tents
Rain-Out Shelters
Sorghum Chilling Stress Experiment

Controlled Environmental Facility

Growth ChambersRoot Phenotyping Facility 
Growth Chambers
Root Phenotyping Facility
 

Recent Publications

  • Impa SM, Sunoj VSJ, Krassovskaya I, Bheemanahalli R, Obata T, Jagadish SVK*. 2018. Carbon balance and source-sink metabolic changes in winter wheat exposed to high night-time temperature. Plant, Cell & Environment.  doi.org/10.1111/pce.13488
  • Bheemanahalli R, Sunoj VSJ, Saripalli G, Prasad PVV, Balyan H, Gupta P, Grant N, Gill K, Jagadish SVK*. 2018. Quantifying the impact of heat stress on pollen germination, seed-set and grain filling in spring wheat. Crop Science. doi.org/10.2135/cropsci2018.05.0292
  • Bergkamp B, Impa SM, Asebedo AR, Fritz AK, Jagadish SVK. 2018. Prominent winter wheat varieties response to post-flowering heat stress under controlled chambers and field-based heat tents. Field Crops Research. 222, 143-152
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