Vertex-element models for anisotropic growth of elongated plant organs

@inproceedings{Fozard2013VertexelementMF,
  title={Vertex-element models for anisotropic growth of elongated plant organs},
  author={John A. Fozard and Mika{\"e}l Lucas and John R. King and Oliver E. Jensen},
  booktitle={Front. Plant Sci.},
  year={2013}
}
New tools are required to address the challenge of relating plant hormone levels, hormone responses, wall biochemistry and wall mechanical properties to organ-scale growth. Current vertex-based models (applied in other contexts) can be unsuitable for simulating the growth of elongated organs such as roots because of the large aspect ratio of the cells, and these models fail to capture the mechanical properties of cell walls in sufficient detail. We describe a vertex-element model which resolves… CONTINUE READING
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