Crop load effects on stem diameter variations in peach evaluated with an integrated plant and fruit model
Keywords: water relations, carbon relations, stem diameter, fruit growth
AbstractIntegrating a mechanistic carbon and water flow model with a model of peach fruit water and carbon accumulation enabled to quantify plant carbon relations with varying crop load. Physiological processes at the plant level could as such be related to effects on fruit growth.
2B Distribution of resources and growth in plants
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