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Call for Papers: Plant growth modelling and applications to agro-ecology and plant phenotyping

We owe plants our oxygen, our food, our medicines, our furniture and clothing and the enjoyment of our natural environment. As a consequence, plant scientists have long been engaged in understanding plant growth in relation to their genetic and physiological determinants, and as a result of interactions with environmental drivers such as light, temperature, water and nutrients. Conceptual models have been proposed since the 19th Century to summarize and challenge the limits of our knowledge. In the last 40 years, such models have testified to the progress made in the relationships between theory, experience and computer simulation. Functional-structural plant models...

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