L-Rose: a model simulating organ expansion of individual plants within a rose bush crop
Keywords: architectural modeling, expansion, FSPM, L-systems, Rosa hybrida L., rose bush
AbstractA model has been developed to simulate the dynamics of expansion of the individual organs of rose bush primary shoots. This model is designed to provide a tool calibrated on experimental data to investigate plant response to phylloclimate, especially light.
2B Distribution of resources and growth in plants
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