Use of crop models to understand genotype by environment interactions for drought in real-world and simulated plant breeding trials

@article{Chapman2007UseOC,
  title={Use of crop models to understand genotype by environment interactions for drought in real-world and simulated plant breeding trials},
  author={Scott C. Chapman},
  journal={Euphytica},
  year={2007},
  volume={161},
  pages={195-208}
}
Crop simulation models of plant processes capture the biological interactions between the sensing of signals at an organ level (e.g. drought affecting roots), the response of the plant at a biochemical level (e.g. change in development rate) and the result at the organ (or crop) level (e.g. reduced growth). In dissecting the complex control of phenotypes like yield, simulation models have several roles. Models have been used to generate an index of the climatic environment (e.g. of drought… CONTINUE READING
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