Presenting BioCro II: an updated software package for modular crop growth simulations.
in silico Plants is calling for papers for a special issue on integrative and multiscale modelling. This special issue will aim to publish research describing improved and newly developed multiscale models and tools.
Model identifies optimal light conditions to manipulate the circadian clock.
3D reconstruction of mangrove tree phyllotaxis from digitized plants yields novel data.
While lateral roots comprise the bulk of root length, axial roots function as a scaffold determining the distribution of these laterals.
Finding a suitable habitat for Rafflesia arnoldii is difficult. While it produces the single largest flower on the planet, it’s invisible for much of its life.
“As water potential is regarded the best indicator of plant water status, because it is the integrated result of above- and below-ground environmental conditions, it holds promise as a pivotal model variable to which other plant processes respond.”
Combining modelling approaches to better understand cultivated plant community functioning
A successful plant model has now been parameterized to include soybean growth under elevated CO2.
An interactive method for creating and calibrating developmental plant models expressed using L-systems
A new model produces 3D trees that are close to reality using predicted data.
The use of Jupyter notebooks makes model creation and execution more accessible.
A new study quantifies the shape of barley seeds using topological methods.
Integrating plant functioning at organ scale can simulate the phenotypic plasticity of plants.