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Flowering time plasticity and global adaptation in rice

by Aalt DJ van Dijk Wageningen University Both genetic and physical characteristics of plants are nowadays studied at large scale using automated approaches. In order to understand how genotype and phenotype are related, computational approaches are indispensable. An important caveat of … Continue reading

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A hitchhiker guide to modelling

by  Aalt-Jan van Dijk Wageningen University, The Netherlands In my last few posts (‘Tell me who your sister is and I’ll tell you who you are‘ and ‘Cold kick-start for flowering‘), I discussed a couple of modelling papers. Hence, I thought it … Continue reading

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Forecasting flowering phenology

Aalt-Jan van Dijk Plant Research International, Wageningen University A prominent example of the role computational predictions play in everyday life is that of the weather forecast – will the weather allow your outdoor activities, and how about the weather during … Continue reading

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