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Society for Experimental Biology

Sugar Beet Roots Growing in a Cylindrical Pot

Caption: This image shows the roots of a sugar beet growing in a cylindrical pot, imaged by MRI 44 days after sowing. Roots in blue grew in the outer 50 percent volume of the pot, roots in yellow grew in the inner 50 percent pot volume, and the storage organ of the sugar beet is in red.

Credit: Jonas Bühler

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