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A modular approach to analysis of plant growth. I. Theory and principles. II. Methods and results



A modular approach to analysis of plant growth. I. Theory and principles. II. Methods and results



New Phytologist 94(2): 183-190; 191-200



The first part of this paper deals with the study of plants as developing modular systems, with growth described as a population-type process defined by the rate of production of modular plant parts. A simple model of dynamics of meristems is developed and various features of growth are discussed. In the second part, an experiment is described in which the growth of 2 fuchsia cvs (Swingtime and Royal Velvet) was followed as a developing system of meristems.

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