A dynamical model of plant growth with full retroaction between organogenesis and photosynthesis

Abstract : In this paper are presented new mathematical developments in plant growth modelling and simulation. GreenLab Model is a functional-structural plant growth model, it combines both organogenesis (architecture) and photosynthesis (biomass production and repartition). New improvements concern the retroaction of photosynthesis on organogenesis. We present in this paper the influence of available biomass on the number of metamers in a growth unit and on the branching. The general theory is introduced and applied to simple trees. Some interesting behaviours are underlined.
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Amélie Rostand-Mathieu, Paul-Henry Cournède, Philippe Reffye. A dynamical model of plant growth with full retroaction between organogenesis and photosynthesis. Revue Africaine de la Recherche en Informatique et Mathématiques Appliquées, INRIA, 2006, 4, pp.101-107. ⟨inria-00122478v2⟩

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