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Competition morphogenetic development of the cotton plant and plant production



Competition morphogenetic development of the cotton plant and plant production



Acta Oecologica Oecologia Plantarum 6(2): 153-168



Through modeling, the study shows how the competition within a crop, especially a cotton crop, modifies the plant production from a morphogenetic and mathematical point of view. Initially curvilinear without competition, productivity becomes linear with competition.

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