Written in English
|Statement||by Yongsheng Feng.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||286 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||286|
Modeling root growth and the soil–plant–atmosphere continuum of cotton crops. A simple and functional model to simulate cotton root growth is coupled to models . The model is used to solve the problem of the differentiation of the root tip of a plant grown in an aqueous medium. The methods of the mechanics of nonequilibrium processes are used to construct a continuum model of plant root tissue Cited by: 1. Vol Issue 2, 23 May , Pages Modeling root growth and the soil–plant–atmosphere continuum of cotton crops Author links open overlay panel M.B. Coelho a F.J. Villalobos b c L. Mateos bCited by: This is especially true with the advancements brought on by the sequencing of whole genomes of model organisms and the development of "omics" techniques. This fourth edition of Plant Roots: The Hidden Half reflects these developments that have transformed not only the field of biology, but also the many facets of root science.
The root-growth model takes into account the dry matter partitioning to roots, root depth increase as a function of thermal time, soil mechanical resistance and soil water stress, and allows the inclusion of spatial variability of soil physical by: Spatial models of root growth dynamics: continuum models for describing the 2-D or 3-D patterns of growth using root length density, meristem density Elongation rate, and gravitropism as coefficient of differential equations Representative volume is sufficiently big for continuity in space and by: Plant Botany An introduction to plant anatomy, morphology and physiology. This guide explains the following topics: Life domains and phylogeny of tree growth on Earth, Plant Cell, Tissues, Roots, The stem, Leaf, Propagation and reproduction of woody plants, Basics of woody plant physiology, Respiration, Photorespiration, Water regime of woody plants, Mineral nutrition of woody plants . Daily changes also occur in the water potentials in the soil–plant–atmosphere continuum. Let us consider a plant in a well-watered soil (Fig. ). At night transpiration essentially ceases because the stomata close; the water potentials in the soil, a root, and a leaf may then all become nearly equal (and close to zero MPa).
The concept of functional–structural modeling is well illustrated by the model of root growth coupled with the transport and partitioning of carbon proposed by Bidel et al.. This model consists of a source of assimilates, summarily representing the shoot, connected to a growing branching structure that represents the by: from book Pattern recognition. 30th DAGM Measuring Plant Root Growth. We present a novel method for deriving a structural model of a plant root system from 3D Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Role of Soil in Continuum Plant growth depends on the use of two important natural resources, soil and water. Soil provides the mechanical and nutrient support necessary for plant growth and Water is the major input for the growth and development of all types of plants. Soil provides food and fertilizers to the crops where as water mobilize the. Plant phenotyping refers to a quantitative description of the plant’s anatomical, ontogenetical, physiological and biochemical properties. Today, rapid developments are taking place in the field of non-destructive, image-analysis -based phenotyping that allow for a characterization of plant traits in high-throughput. During the last decade, ‘the field of image Cited by: