Canopy management modeling macadamias – understanding tree physiology - janine conway

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Canopy management modeling macadamias – understanding tree physiology - janine conway

  1. 1. AXILLARY BUD BEHAVIOUR Could hedging cause exhaustion of flowering and branching sites?  Do axillary buds have a fixed fate determined at formation ? OR is their behaviour dependent on environment?  AND how?
  2. 2. Meristems and modelling
  3. 3. A. Temperature – sequence of exposure
  4. 4. Inflorescence numbers and temperature sequence
  5. 5. B. Patterns in location
  6. 6. Distribution of inflorescences within growth units
  7. 7. Distribution of inflorescences among growth units
  8. 8. Distribution of inflorescences among stems
  9. 9. Continuing investigations A. Temperature – time of floral initiation B. Location – stem patterns – plastic with pruning – related to formation?
  10. 10. CARBOHYDRATES + 3D STRUCTURE • New growth utilisation of stored vs newly synthesised carbohydrates
  11. 11. C. Carbohydrate movement and growth
  12. 12. CARBOHYDRATES + 3D STRUCTURE • New growth utilisation of stored vs newly synthesised carbohydrates • Branching angles
  13. 13. ADD DATA TO MODEL:Iterative process of : adding information to model checking accuracy & determining next information required
  14. 14. AcknowledgementsFunding Advisors Jim Hanan Shu Fukai Russell Stephenson Susanne Schmidt

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