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Here Noda-san and Yun-sensei showed me how it works with the Cesium imaging. This poplar plant has been cultured on Cs-137 and now they strip it and fix it on the imaging plate. This plate is sensitive to energy so you visualise the allocation of the cesium in the plant. The plate's data is later erased by light. I will be using this method on rice and wheat plants, cultured in a hydroponic system with two different levels of Nitrogen and Kalium (full factorial).