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Retrospective analysis of fir saplings growth vs. light interception

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The natural regeneration of forests may create dense spots of young saplings, but most of these gradually die through competition for light, water and nutrients, leaving only a few individuals with better access to resources still alive. Determining the specific role of light in this plant selection process is difficult because there is no easy way to measure light interception over time during the ontogeny of a plant in its environment.
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hal-03780312 , version 1 (19-09-2022)

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Olivier Taugourdeau, Jean Dauzat, Sebastien Griffon, François de Coligny, Sylvie-Annabel Sabatier, et al.. Retrospective analysis of fir saplings growth vs. light interception. 6th International Workshop on Functional-Structural Plant Models (FSPM 2010), Sep 2010, Davis, United States. ⟨hal-03780312⟩
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