Figure 1 : OsAS84 has advanced root system architecture (RSA) than OsAS83.

From: Root transcriptome of two contrasting indica rice cultivars uncovers regulators of root development and physiological responses

Figure 1

(af) Phenotypic difference in RSA of OsAS83 and OsAS84 rice cultivars at 14 days after germination (dag). (a,c and e) Phenotypic difference between two cultivars in soil, sand and hydroponics, respectively. (b,d and f) Difference in primary root length, shoot length and number of crown roots in two cultivars in soil, sand and hydroponics, respectively. (gl) Difference in RSA of OsAS83 and OsAS84 rice cultivars at different developmental stages in hydroponics. (g,i and k) Phenotypic difference of RSA between two cultivars at 4 dag, 7 dag and 30 dag, respectively. (h,j and l) Difference in primary root length and shoot length at 4 dag, 7 dag and 30 dag, respectively in two cultivars. Scale bar 1 cm. Error bars indicate standard error (n = 10). Asterisks indicate significant statistical differences, ***P < 0.001, **P < 0.01, *P < 0.05 (One-way ANOVA). Experiment was repeated three times with reproducible results.