Wilczek photothermal Science - PLM_48, version 2

Photothermal model for Arabidopsis development, as published, converted to Simile format by Yin-Hoon Chew.	Note that the XML file is just a dummy SBML file, the .SML is the working model file.	Simile can read csv files (as attached) for meteorological data (hourly temperature, sunrise, sunset). Users only need to change the directory of the input variables. I have also attached the set of parameter values for each genotype.<br><br><strong>Related Publications</strong><br>Wilczek et al. (2009). Effects of Genetic Perturbation on Seasonal Life History .... Science. <br><br><strong>Version Comments</strong><p>
Yin-Hoon Chew's revised Simile model (again, the .XML is a dummy) of the Wilczek Science paper on photothermal modelling of Arabidopsis development. This version is updated based on a correction of the original authors to their weather data, in Sept 2011.</p>

The revised parameter values were optimised by Yin-Hoon using Matlab with the corrected weather data. However, the original model was optimised in Excel Solver (with a different algorithm), and from what YHC understands, the original authors are doing the correction using Excel Solver too. We have compared our values with theirs, and there are some small differences but the conclusion was for us to use our values in the new paper (though I added a note in the supplementary to explain that).



Originally submitted to PLaSMo on 2011-09-28 17:59:38

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Projects: Millar group, PlaSMo model repository

Investigation: Millar, Andrew (ex-PlaSMo models)

Study: Wilczek photothermal Science - PLM_48

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