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Presentation of CPlantBox: a whole functional-structural plant model (root and shoot) coupled with a mechanistic resolution of carbon and water flows

Abstract : Carbon forms the structure of every life form, especially plants. Within the plant architecture, water and carbon flows are linked through tight interactions between xylem and phloem vessels (Münch theory[1]). Root growth is locally constrained by the amount of carbon available for the meristem. Thus, to evaluate and manipulate root growth and development, we need to: · Understand how carbon is allocated and prioritized between different roots (e.g. primary vs laterals, principal vs seminals vs nodals). · Understand connection between local water availability and carbon allocation.
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Xiaoran Zhou, André Lacointe, Daniel Leitner, Guillaume Lobet, Andrea Schnepf, et al.. Presentation of CPlantBox: a whole functional-structural plant model (root and shoot) coupled with a mechanistic resolution of carbon and water flows. 6th International Symposium on Plant Growth Modeling, Simulation, Visualization and Applications - PMA2018, 2018, Hefei (Chine), China. PMA2018, pp.A0, 2018. ⟨hal-01921568⟩

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