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Modelling the Guayule plant growth and development with a Functional Structural Plant Model

Abstract : Introduction : The Guayule (Parthenium argentatum, Asteraceae), is a branched shrub native to northern Mexico showing a growing interest in research and agriculture (Ray, 1993). However, few studies have been done on the structure or functioning of the species and the production itineraries in relation to natural rubber production are still to assess. This study aims to propose a first FSPM of the species using the GreenLab model, calibrated with data issued from two varieties in different environmental conditions. The objective is to understand the interaction between the development of Guayule and natural rubber production.....
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Loïc Brancheriau, Sylvie-Annabel Sabatier, Marc Jaeger, Nicolas Hemery, Christ Mougani, et al.. Modelling the Guayule plant growth and development with a Functional Structural Plant Model. FSPM 2020 : Towards Computable Plants. 9th International Conference on Functional-Structural Plant models, Oct 2020, Hanovre, Germany. ⟨hal-03056119⟩

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