Physiological growth model CASSIA predicts carbon allocation and wood formation of Scots pine
Keywords: dynamic modeling, Pinus sylvestris L, sink, source, xylogenesis
AbstractThe dynamic, intra-annual model CASSIA combines detailed models of wood formation and properties with a process-based growth simulation system. It predicts the daily growth of wood, needles, shoots and roots of Scots pine based on weather variation and photosynthetic production.
2B Distribution of resources and growth in plants
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