Model assisted phenotyping of the source-sink relationships underlying the genetic diversity of sugarcane productivity
Keywords: Model assisted phenotyping, complex traits, sugarcane production
AbstractEcomeristem, FSPM simulating sugarcane morphogenesis and plasticity depending on its nutritional status (C, H20), was used to analyze the genetic diversity of source-sink related traits controlling structural vs. non structural carbohydrate accumulation and thus sugar production. Results are discussed with respect to the challenge of FSPM assisted phenotyping and breeding.
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