A functional-structural kiwifruit vine model

Cieslak, M., Seleznyova, A.N. and Hanan, J. (2010). A functional-structural kiwifruit vine model. In: B. Li, M. Jaeger and Y. Guo, The Third International Symposium on Plant Growth Modeling Simulation, Visualization and Applications. Plant Growth Modelling and Applications 2009, Beijing, China, (206-213). 9-13 November, 2009. doi:10.1109/PMA.2009.13

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Author Cieslak, M.
Seleznyova, A.N.
Hanan, J.
Title of paper A functional-structural kiwifruit vine model
Conference name Plant Growth Modelling and Applications 2009
Conference location Beijing, China
Conference dates 9-13 November, 2009
Proceedings title The Third International Symposium on Plant Growth Modeling Simulation, Visualization and Applications
Journal name Plant Growth Modeling, Simulation, Visualization and Applications, Proceedings - PMA09
Place of Publication Los Alamitos, CA, USA
Publisher IEEE Computer Society
Publication Year 2010
Sub-type Fully published paper
DOI 10.1109/PMA.2009.13
Open Access Status
ISBN 9780769539881
Editor B. Li
M. Jaeger
Y. Guo
Issue Article number 5474856
Start page 206
End page 213
Total pages 8
Collection year 2011
Language eng
Abstract/Summary Kiwifruit is an important horticultural crop that requires intensive management to control vegetative-reproductive balance. To reduce the costs of developing new training and pruning strategies, a 3-D computer model is being constructed that could be used to perform virtual experiments. The model incorporates the vine's architecture, canopy light distribution and carbon dynamics, including carbon acquisition, transport, allocation, and reserve mobilisation. It is capable of simulating the effects of genotype, environment, and horticultural manipulation on shoot growth. A simulation of shoot growth, from girdled parent canes, with different levels of available reserves, illustrates the model. Before applying the model to the development of new management strategies, it must be calibrated and evaluated. © 2010 IEEE.
Subjects 0706 Horticultural Production
Keyword Actinidia deliciosa
Carbon Allocation
Plant Architecture
Plant Modelling
Q-Index Code E1
Q-Index Status Confirmed Code
Institutional Status UQ
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