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Scaling up to whole-plant and crop levels short-term responses of leaf growth to water deficit

Abstract : Introduction : One challenge of FSPM in ecophysiology is to bridge the gap between physiological and genetic studies that focus on short-term mechanisms, and whole-plant models designed to predict biomass accumulation, transpiration and yield in field conditions. We developed here a model of leaf growth and development in maize and interfaced it with the crop model APSIM for simulation at canopy level.
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Karine Chenu, Scott C. Chapman, Graeme L. Hammer, Greg Mclean, Christian Fournier, et al.. Scaling up to whole-plant and crop levels short-term responses of leaf growth to water deficit. 5. international workshop on functional-structural plant models, Nov 2007, Napier, New Zealand. ⟨hal-02755236⟩

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