Integration of root system in a ryegrass perennial model based on self-regulation
An Individual-based functional-structural model of heterogeneous mini populations of ryegrass plants can be a useful tool to improve our understanding of the grassland use-value creation. Here we present the L-grass model that allows simulating the shoot and root development of plants with different morphologies using self-regulation rules in an auto-organized architectural system.
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