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Plant and Soil
Aims Demonstrating the potential of MRI as a 3D, noninvasive and continuous measurement technique to map Na + concentration distributions in soil and around roots. Methods Dissolved NaCl in soil and soil-plant systems was mapped by 3D 23 Na-MRI. The lower limit of detectability in saturated and unsaturated porous media was evaluated, followed by evaporation experiments to test the quantification. Finally, Na + enrichment around tomato roots, irrigated with saline solution under low/ highdoi:10.1007/s11104-020-04628-8 fatcat:j52zvltntnayni5dcnl7wmoum4