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Wei-Chin Lin, Dietmar Frey, Gordon D. Nigh and Cheng C. Ying

Wubs, A.M. Bakker, M.J. Heuvelink, E. Hemerik, L. Marcelis, L.F.M. 2006 Stochastic simulation of fruit set in sweet pepper 40 50 Proc. Plant Growth Modeling and Applications, PMA’06. Second International Symposium on Plant Growth Modeling, Simulation

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Ralf Uptmoor, Mildred Osei-Kwarteng, Susanne Gürtler and Hartmut Stützel

potential of combined approaches in predicting the performance of a mapping population, but concluded that the weakness of current crop-growth models in predicting differences in complex traits within segregating populations is a major drawback for

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Sezgin Uzun

. 1993 Development, calibration and validation of a greenhouse tomato growth model. I. Description of the model Agr. Systems 43 165 183 DeKoning, A.N.M. 1994 Development and dry matter distribution in glasshouse tomato. A

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Arthur Villordon, Julio Solis, Don LaBonte and Christopher Clark

Singh et al. (1992) predicted that computer-based crop growth models were going to increase for root crops, including sweetpotatoes. To our knowledge, only two process-based models have been published thus far ( Mithra and Somasundaram, 2008

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Arthur Villordon, Christopher Clark, Don Ferrin and Don LaBonte

crop growth modeling work. For example, various DM software feature “deployment” modules that automatically generate computer programming code (e.g., C and C++) so that “trained” models can be incorporated into compiled programs that underlie

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Jeffrey Adelberg, Maria Delgado and Jeffrey Tomkins

) heterotrophic growth model shows that water uptake and sugar uptake depends upon the water potential difference between the plantlet and medium. When sugar becomes depleted from medium, plants continue to grow by taking on more water relative to soluble solids

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André Pereira and Nilson Villa Nova

the environment is extremely important to help growers produce high yields with good tuber quality under site-specific atmospheric conditions. The potato growth models included in DSSAT (Decision Support System for Agrotechnology Transfer) are SUBSTOR

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Ming Li, Toyoki Kozai, Katsumi Ohyama, Shigeharu Shimamura, Kaori Gonda and Tetsuo Sekiyama

of a dynamic lettuce growth model for greenhouse climate control Agr. Syst. 45 55 72 Wheeler, R.M. 1992 Gas exchange measurements using a large, closed plant growth chamber HortScience 27 777 780 Wheeler, R.M. Mackowiak, C.L. Sager, J.C. Yoriko, N

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George C.J. Fernandez

.g., plant growth models) ( Schabenberger and Pierce, 2001 ). Categorical or qualitative responses need to be analyzed using categorical data analysis methods such as χ 2 test, logistic regression for binary response, and so forth. Spatial analysis is

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Michael Kantar, Kevin Betts, Brent S. Hulke, Robert M. Stupar and Donald Wyse

.R. Serafini-Fracassini, D. 2010 Helianthus tuberosus and polyamine research: Past and recent applications of a classical growth model Plant Physiol. Biochem. 48 496 505 Traub, H.P. Thor, C.J. Willaman, J.J. Oliver, R. 1929 Storage of truck crops: The girasole