Gerhard Buck-Sorlin
Gerhard Buck-Sorlin
Professor of Fruit Arboriculture, Agrocampus Ouest
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Functional–structural plant modelling: a new versatile tool in crop science
J Vos, JB Evers, GH Buck-Sorlin, B Andrieu, M Chelle, PHB De Visser
Journal of experimental Botany 61 (8), 2101-2115, 2010
How plant architecture affects light absorption and photosynthesis in tomato: towards an ideotype for plant architecture using a functional–structural plant model
V Sarlikioti, PHB de Visser, GH Buck-Sorlin, LFM Marcelis
Annals of Botany 108 (6), 1065-1073, 2011
Growth at elevated CO2 concentrations leads to modified profiles of secondary metabolites in tobacco cv. SamsunNN and to increased resistance against infection with potato virus Y
A Matros, S Amme, B Kettig, GH BUCK‐SORLIN, UWE Sonnewald, ...
Plant, Cell & Environment 29 (1), 126-137, 2006
The rule-based language XL and the modelling environment GroIMP illustrated with simulated tree competition
R Hemmerling, O Kniemeyer, D Lanwert, W Kurth, G Buck-Sorlin
Functional plant biology 35 (10), 739-750, 2008
Barley morphology, genetics and hormonal regulation of internode elongation modelled by a relational growth grammar
GH Buck‐Sorlin, O Kniemeyer, W Kurth
New Phytologist 166 (3), 859-867, 2005
Comparative analysis of the grain proteome fraction in barley genotypes with contrasting salinity tolerance during germination
K Witzel, A Weidner, GK SURABHI, RK Varshney, G Kunze, ...
Plant, Cell & Environment 33 (2), 211-222, 2010
Seed conservation in ex situ genebanks—genetic studies on longevity in barley
M Nagel, H Vogel, S Landjeva, G Buck-Sorlin, U Lohwasser, U Scholz, ...
Euphytica 170 (1-2), 5-14, 2009
A functional–structural model of rice linking quantitative genetic information with morphological development and physiological processes
L Xu, M Henke, J Zhu, W Kurth, G Buck-Sorlin
Annals of Botany 107 (5), 817-828, 2011
Towards a functional–structural plant model of cut-rose: simulation of light environment, light absorption, photosynthesis and interference with the plant structure
G Buck-Sorlin, PHB de Visser, M Henke, V Sarlikioti, ...
Annals of Botany 108 (6), 1121-1134, 2011
A graph grammar approach to artificial life
O Kniemeyer, GH Buck-Sorlin, W Kurth
Artificial Life 10 (4), 413-431, 2004
GroIMP as a platform for functional-structural modelling of plants
O Kniemeyer, G Buck-Sorlin, W Kurth
Frontis, 43-52, 2007
A rule-based model of barley morphogenesis, with special respect to shading and gibberellic acid signal transduction
G Buck-Sorlin, R Hemmerling, O Kniemeyer, B Burema, W Kurth
Annals of Botany 101 (8), 1109-1123, 2008
Molecular mapping of major genes and quantitative trait loci determining flowering time in response to photoperiod in barley
A Börner, GH Buck‐Sorlin, PM Hayes, S Malyshev, V Korzun
Plant Breeding 121 (2), 129-132, 2002
Optimizing illumination in the greenhouse using a 3D model of tomato and a ray tracer
PHB De Visser, G van der Heijden, G Buck-Sorlin
Frontiers in Plant Science 5, 48, 2014
Relational growth grammars–a graph rewriting approach to dynamical systems with a dynamical structure
W Kurth, O Kniemeyer, G Buck-Sorlin
International Workshop on Unconventional Programming Paradigms, 56-72, 2004
Simulating the morphology of barley spike phenotypes using genotype information
G Buck-Sorlin, K Bachmann
The search for QTL in barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) using a new mapping population
GH Buck-Sorlin
Cellular and Molecular Biology Letters 7 (2A), 523-536, 2002
What is the most prominent factor limiting photosynthesis in different layers of a greenhouse cucumber canopy?
TW Chen, M Henke, PHB De Visser, G Buck-Sorlin, D Wiechers, K Kahlen, ...
Annals of botany 114 (4), 677-688, 2014
Models of crown architecture in Quercus petraea and Q. robur: shoot lengths and bud numbers
GH Buck-Sorlin, AD Bell
Forestry 73 (1), 1-19, 2000
L-system model of the vegetative growth of winter barley
GH Buck-Sorlin
Fifth German workshop on artificial life, 53-64, 2002
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