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Evaluation of a photon tracing model and virtual plants to simulate light distribution within a canopy in a growth chamber

Abstract : Radiance distribution in a growth chamber is anisotropic. Our objective is to evaluate the accuracy of light simulations in a rose canopy grown in a growth chamber using virtual plants and a photon tracing model dedicated to growth chambers. The question of the scale at which the system reproduces the observed variability is specifically addressed
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Julien Le Gall, Herve Autret, Didier Combes, Christophe Renaud, Jessica Bertheloot, et al.. Evaluation of a photon tracing model and virtual plants to simulate light distribution within a canopy in a growth chamber. 7th International conference on functional-structural plant models (FSPM 2013),, FSPM., Jun 2015, Saariselkä, Finland. ⟨hal-02746784⟩

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