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  Results of the project were presented in a meeting 26.2.2009. There were also presentations form the German Research Training Group "The Role of Biodiversity for Biogeochemical Cycles and Biotic Interactions in Temperate Deciduous Forest. Program and presentations of the seminar.
   
   
Articles  
   
  B. Tobin, J. Cermák, D. Chiatante, F. Danjon, A. Di Iorio, L. Dupuy, A. Eshel, C. Jourdan, T. Kalliokoski, R. Laiho, N. Nadezhdina, B. Nicoll, L. Pagès, J. Silva & I. Spanos. 2007. Towards developmental modelling of tree root systems. Plant Biosystems 141: 481-501.
  Tuomo Kalliokoski, Pekka Nygren and Risto Sievänen. 2008. Coarse Root Architecture of Three Boreal Tree Species Growing in Mixed Stands. Silva Fennica 42: 189-210.
  Sievänen R., Perttunen J., Nikinmaa, E. and Kaitaniemi, P. 2008. Toward extension of a single tree functional–structural model of Scots pine to stand level: effect of the canopy of randomly distributed, identical trees on development of tree structure. Functional Plant Biology 35: 964-975.
 

Nygren, P., Lu, M. and Ozier-Lafontaine, H. 2009. Effects of turnover and internal variability of tree root systems on modelling coarse root architecture: comparing simulations for young Populus deltoides with field data. Can. J For. Res. 398 (1): 97-108.

   
  Papers related to SSCS:
  Pekka Nygren and Stephen G. Pallardy. 2008. Applying a universal scaling model to vascular allometry in a single-stemmed, monopodially branching deciduous tree (Attim's model). Tree Physiology 28(1):1–10
  Vehanen, A. & Kaitaniemi, P. 2007. Long Shoots in the Crowns of Maturing Silver Birch. In: Fourcaud T & Zhang X. (eds). Proceedings of International Symposium on Plant Growth Modeling, Simulation, Visualization and Applications (PMA06) in Beijing, China. IEEE Computer Society. pp.61-64
 

Kaitaniemi, P. and Lintunen, A. 2008. Precision of allometric scaling equations for trees can be improved by including the effect of ecological interactions. Trees - Structure and Function.
Available online at: dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00468-008-0218-7

   

Presentations related to SSCS at

 

5TH INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON FUNCTIONAL STRUCTURAL PLANT MODELS, 4-9 November 2007, Napier, New Zealand, proceedings in Functional Plant Biology, vol 35, no. 9

   
Posters  
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Structure, allometry and fractal analysis of root systems of three boreal forest tree species. (pdf 1.5 Mb) Tuomo Kalliokoski, Pekka Nygren, Risto Sievänen

  Poster presented by Tuomo Kalliokoski in conference:
COST E38 - Woody Root Prosesses - Revealing the Hidden Half.
Sede Boqer, Israel. 4.- 8. February 2006
   
2. Modeling architecture and spatial distribution of root systems of
three boreal forest tree species. (pdf 1.3 Mb)
Kalliokoski Tuomo, Nygren Pekka, Sievänen Risto
  Poster presented by Tuomo Kalliokoski in conference:
COST E38 - Roots, mycorrhizas and their external mycelia in carbon dynamics in forest soil. Rovaniemi, Finland. 9 - 13 Sebtember 2006.
   
3. Effect of inter- and intraspecific competition on the crown structure of Silver birch. (pdf 1.5 Mb) Anna Vehanen, Pekka Kaitaniemi
  Poster at meeting: PMA06 The Second International Symposium on
Plant Growth Modeling, Simulation, Visualization and Applications
Beijing (CHINA PR) November 13-17, 2006
 
4. Application of the FracRoot model to three boreal tree species. (pdf 1.0 Mb)
Tuomo Kalliokoski, Pekka Nygren, Risto Sievänen
  Poster presented by Tuomo Kalliokoski in conference:
4th International Symposium on Physiological Processes in Roots of Woody Plants. Bangor, Wales. 16 - 20 Sebtember 2007.
   
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Digitizing as a tool for modeling the 3D architecture of tree crowns (pdf 4.4 Mb) P. Kaitaniemi, R. Sievänen, and J. Perttunen

 

Poster presented at conference “Wind and Trees”, Vancouver, Canada, August 2007

   

 

 
   Päivitetty:    13.03.2009 /Metla/KBym Metla : SSCS    Palaute Metlan etusivulle
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