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Respiratory control and its prediction by a dynamic model of sugar beet growth



Respiratory control and its prediction by a dynamic model of sugar beet growth



Dissertation Abstracts International, B 35(10): 4745



Attempts were made to define the respiratory system and to obtain respiratory coefficients for a sub-model to predict respiration as coupled to growth and maintenance in sugar beet. Interaction between coupled respiration and other photosynthate sinks was examined using a model which simulates growth of a sugar beet crop over a full season. Results showed that predicted plant attributes and yield were significantly altered by assumptions concerning respiratory control.

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