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To return daily thermal time with base TBASE. Thermal time for a day is calculated by splitting the 24 hour period into 8 * 3 hour periods whose relative contribution to thermal time for the day is based on a cosinusoidal variation in temperature between observed maximum and minimum values. See Weir,A.H. et al.,(1984).J.Agric.Sci.,Camb.,102,371-382. This is a submodel of AFRC Wheat 2 model in Simile notation (the XML version will follow shortly).     All variables and parameters that are inputs ...

To calculate today's daylength and photoperiod. Daylength is calculated following the treatment of Sellers, Physical Climatology,pp 15-16 and Appendix 2. Daylength is calculated with a correction for atmospheric refraction equivalent to 50 minutes of a degree. Photoperiod is calculated assuming that light is perceived until the centre of the sun is 6 degrees below the horizon. This is a submodel of AFRC Wheat 2 model in Simile notation (the XML version will follow shortly). All variables and ...

To calculate leaf and sheath dimensions for main stems and tillers given the emergence length of their leaves and empirical relationships linking leaf number to maximum laminar length. All sizes are in mm. This is a submodel of AFRC Wheat 2 model in Simile notation (the XML version will follow shortly). All variables and parameters that are inputs to the submodel are in the "inputs " submodel box, all variables changed by the submodel are outputted via the "outputs" submodel box.Related ...

Transform Calendar day to Julian Day. Converts day, month, year into the equivalent Julian Day allowing for leap years. This is a submodel of AFRC Wheat 2 model in Simile notation (the XML version will follow shortly).Related PublicationsPorter J (1993). AFRCWHEAT2: A Model of the Growth and Development of Wheat Incorporating Responses to Water and Nitrogen. . Eur. J. Agron. 2(2): 69-82.. Originally submitted to PLaSMo on 2011-02-04 15:30:45

Number of days between 2 Julian days allowing for change of year and leap years. Assumptions : The gap between the two dates is less than 1 year also JDAY1 is before JDAY2. This is a submodel of AFRC Wheat 2 model in Simile notation (the XML version will follow shortly).  Related PublicationsPorter J (1993). AFRCWHEAT2: A Model of the Growth and Development of Wheat Incorporating Responses to Water and Nitrogen. . Eur. J. Agron. 2(2): 69-82.. Originally submitted to PLaSMo on 2011-02-04 15:24:25 ...

Penman Evaporation over water ( mm/day ). This is a submodel of AFRC Wheat 2 model in Simile notation (the XML version will follow shortly).

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Porter J (1993). AFRCWHEAT2: A Model of the Growth and Development of Wheat Incorporating Responses to Water and Nitrogen. . Eur. J. Agron. 2(2): 69-82..

Originally submitted to PLaSMo on 2011-02-04 15:17:42

"3PG is an acronym for Physiological Principles Predicting Growth. It is a generalized forest carbon allocation model, published by Landsberg and Waring (1997), that works with any forest biome and can be run as an Excel spreadsheet by practicing foresters given a few days of training. The model uses relatively simple and readily available inputs such as species growth tables, latitude, aspect, weather records, edaphic variables, stand age, and stand density to derive monthly estimates of gross ...

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Submitter: Rune Kleppe

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To investigate amino acid degradation pathways in Sulfolobus solfataricus transcriptome, proteome and metabolome analyses were performed on cells grown on caseinhydrolysate as carbon source. Cells grown with glucose served as reference condition. Metabolic modelling was used to compare the efficiency of different degradation routes.

Altering the light:dark cycle of standard growth conditions and standard 'wild-type' Arabidopsis accession, with sucrose, starch and biomass data for whole rosettes

Standard growth conditions and standard 'wild-type' Arabidopsis accession, with biomass data for whole rosettes, and in some cases, individual leaf area and leaf biomass data

Standard growth conditions and 'wild-type' Arabidopsis accessions other than Col-0 and the 35S:miR156 transgenics, with biomass data for whole rosettes, and in some cases, individual leaf area and leaf biomass data

The FMv1 was constructed from 4 existing models, with Matlab and Simile versions.

D Biphasic control of stem-cell expansion, where stem-cell expansion is low both at high and low concentrations of y. The system has a stable fixed point at the concentration of y where pr = 0.5 and an unstable fixed point at some lower concentration of y.

SED-ML simulation https://jjj.bio.vu.nl/models/experiments/karin2017_fig4d/simulate

C A mutated stem cell with a strong inactivation of the sensing of y has a growth advantage (differentiates less), and therefore, it invades the stem- cell population. As a result, both the stem-cell pool and the number of terminally differentiated cells increase.

SED-ML simulation https://jjj.bio.vu.nl/models/experiments/karin2017_fig4c/simulate

Mathematical simulation of a tamoxifen-induced conditional knock-in of a sixfold activating GCK mutant in beta cells. (C) The percentage of beta cells with mutated GCK increases to ~25% after 3 days, but then decreases and is eliminated after a few weeks. (D) Glucose levels initially decrease after the tamoxifen injection, but return to normal after a few weeks. Insets: Experimental results of Tornovsky-Babeay et al (2014).

SED-ML simulation https://jjj.bio.vu.nl/models/experiments/karin2017_fig2/simulate ...

C Trajectories of Z from different initial concentrations of cells (Z) (i) or y (ii) for the circuit of (B). The healthy concentration Z = ZST is reached regardless of initial concentration of Z, as long as it is nonzero, and regardless of the initial concentration of y.

SED-ML simulation https://jjj.bio.vu.nl/models/experiments/karin2017_fig1c/simulate

D An arrow marks the time when a mutant with a strong activation of the sensing of y arises (for the circuit depicted in B). This mutant has a selective advantage and takes over the population.

SED-ML simulation https://jjj.bio.vu.nl/models/experiments/karin2017_fig1d/simulate

G Trajectories of Z from different initial concentrations of Z (i) or y (ii) for the circuit depicted in (F). The healthy concentration Z = ZST is not reached for small values of Z (Z << ZST) or large values of y (y >> yUST).

SED-ML simulation https://jjj.bio.vu.nl/models/experiments/karin2017_fig1g/simulate

H The arrows mark the times when a mutant with a strong activation of the sensing of y arises (for the biphasic circuit depicted in F). This mutant has a selective disadvantage and is thus eliminated.

SED-ML simulation https://jjj.bio.vu.nl/models/experiments/karin2017_fig1h/simulate

C Numerical simulations of the RpoD6 wild-type network show a shoulder of expression trailing the main peak (red line). All the parameters describing the clock and SigC are as in Fig 4B, and only the threshold of activation of the rpoD6 promoter by the clock was modified. Numerical simulations of a SigC knock-out model (in which the terms representing the regulation of RpoD6 by SigC are set to zero) show only single-peaked oscillations (blue line). D The incoherent feedforward loop circuit that ...

Numerical simulations of the wild-type network show double peaks of expression (red line), and numerical simulations of a SigC knock-out model (in which the terms representing the regulation of PsbAI by SigC are set to zero) show only single-peaked oscillations (blue line)..

SED-ML simulation https://jjj.bio.vu.nl/models/experiments/martins2016_fig4b/simulate

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Submitter: Dawie van Niekerk

Investigation: From steady-state to synchronized yeast glycoly...

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Submitter: Dawie van Niekerk

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Investigation: Glycolytic oscillations in individual isolated ...

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Submitter: Dawie van Niekerk

Investigation: Phase shift responses in isolated yeast glycoly...

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Submitter: Jacky Snoep

Investigation: Prostate cancer

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Submitter: Andrej Blejec

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