Towards a Multi-Scaled Functional-Structural Model of Apple, Linking Ecophysiology at the Fruit and Branch Scales

Abstract : A multitude of data on eco-physiological processes in apple (Malus × domestica) is available, concerning various aspects of fruit growth and development, fruit quality, or leaf photosynthesis. However, despite the wealth of data and studies many processes leading to (inter-annual and intra-arboreal) heterogeneity in quantity of fruit production as well as fruit quality are still only poorly understood at the branch level. Current Functional-Structural Plant Models of apple have targeted canopy architecture, i.e. development of vegetative structures. Here we will present a concept to apply the FSPM paradigm to the simulation of assimilation (source), transport and consumption (sink) of carbon in the context of a static structure representing the limb (fruit-bearing branch).
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Gerhard Buck-Sorlin, Pascale Guillermin, Mickaël Delaire, S. Fatoumata, C. Le Morvan. Towards a Multi-Scaled Functional-Structural Model of Apple, Linking Ecophysiology at the Fruit and Branch Scales. IEEE Fourth International Symposium on, Dec 2012, Shanghai (CH), China. pp.66 - 69, ⟨10.1109/PMA.2012.6524814⟩. ⟨hal-00921549⟩

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