Putting mechanisms into crop production models.

@article{Boote2013PuttingMI,
  title={Putting mechanisms into crop production models.},
  author={Kenneth J. Boote and James W. Jones and Jeffrey W. White and Senthold Asseng and Jon I Lizaso},
  journal={Plant, cell & environment},
  year={2013},
  volume={36 9},
  pages={1658-72}
}
Crop growth models dynamically simulate processes of C, N and water balance on daily or hourly time-steps to predict crop growth and development and at season-end, final yield. Their ability to integrate effects of genetics, environment and crop management have led to applications ranging from understanding gene function to predicting potential impacts of climate change. The history of crop models is reviewed briefly, and their level of mechanistic detail for assimilation and respiration… CONTINUE READING
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