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Mathematical model of the growth and development of annual plants based on response functions: 1. General description of the model

, : Mathematical model of the growth and development of annual plants based on response functions: 1. General description of the model. Russian Journal of Plant Physiology 43(6): 724-732

Using a response function method, a mathematical model of plant growth and development has been developed. It accounts for the major environmental factors that affect plant growth and development.

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