3D Optical HREM imaging has been used to study various aspects of plant development
Customer 3Ds - plant tissues and HREM
Many plants tissues are suitable for processing using 3D Optical HREM imaging, including flowers, roots, stems, leaves and fruits, though they may require a relatively long infiltration time and treatment with vacuum.
Research papers on Optical HREM in plant science
The benefits of optical HREM over conventional sectioning, and a demonstration of the application of HREM for the study of developmental processes in plants:
- Yuval Cinnamon, Olga Genin, Yiftah Yitzhak, Joseph Riov, Israel David, Felix Shaya, Anat Izhaki
High‐resolution episcopic microscopy enables three‐dimensional visualization of plant morphology and development
Plant Direct, 2019 https://doi.org/10.1002/pld3.161
More research on plant science using optical HREM
- Izhaki, Alvarez, Cinnamon, Genin, Liberman-Aloni, Eyal
The Tomato BLADE ON PETIOLE and TERMINATING FLOWER Regulate Leaf Axil Patterning Along the Proximal-Distal Axes.
Frontiers in Plant Science, 2018 https://doi.org/10.3389/fpls.2018.01126