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Plant Growth Modelling and Applications: The Increasing Importance of Plant Architecture in Growth Models
Models for Forest Ecosystem Management: A European Perspective
A Dynamical Model of Environmental Effects on Allocation to Carbon-based Secondary Compounds in Juvenile Trees
The Derivation of Sink Functions of Wheat Organs using the GREENLAB Model
A Rule-based Model of Barley Morphogenesis, with Special Respect to Shading and Gibberellic Acid Signal Transduction
AmapSim: A Structural Whole-plant Simulator Based on Botanical Knowledge and Designed to Host External Functional Models
Using a 3-D Virtual Sunflower to Simulate Light Capture at Organ, Plant and Plot Levels: Contribution of Organ Interception, Impact of Heliotropism and Analysis of Genotypic Differences
Using Virtual Plants to Analyse the Light-foraging Efficiency of a Low-density Cotton Crop
A Three-dimensional Statistical Reconstruction Model of Grapevine (Vitis vinifera) Simulating Canopy Structure Variability within and between Cultivar/Training System Pairs
Parameter Optimization and Field Validation of the Functional–Structural Model GREENLAB for Maize at Different Population Densities
Does the Structure–Function Model GREENLAB Deal with Crop Phenotypic Plasticity Induced by Plant Spacing? A Case Study on Tomato
Computing Competition for Light in the GREENLAB Model of Plant Growth: A Contribution to the Study of the Effects of Density on Resource Acquisition and Architectural Development
Exploring Ecological Significance of Tree Crown Plasticity through Three-dimensional Modelling
Rhythms and Alternating Patterns in Plants as Emergent Properties of a Model of Interaction between Development and Functioning
Quantitative Genetics and Functional–Structural Plant Growth Models: Simulation of Quantitative Trait Loci Detection for Model Parameters and Application to Potential Yield Optimization
A System for Modelling Cell–Cell Interactions during Plant Morphogenesis
Understanding the Impact of Root Morphology on Overturning Mechanisms: A Modelling Approach
Using Three-dimensional Plant Root Architecture in Models of Shallow-slope Stability