Speed breeding has recently emerged as an innovative agricultural technology solution to meet the ever-increasing global food demand. In speed breeding, typically various light qualities (e.g., colour, duration, intensity) are modified to manipulate the circadian clock of the plants, which in turn alter the plant growth and enhance the productivity such as by reducing the flowering time. In order to develop a comprehensive framework describing plant growth, a model incorporating the effect of various light qualities on plant growth needs to be established. Recently a mathematical model of the plant circadian clock for Arabidopsis thaliana has been developed to characterise the hypocotyl growth subject to multiple light quality properties. This is a first step towards developing a more comprehensive model that links light quality, plant circadian clock and plant growth. In this work, we extend the model by adding the effect of various light qualities on the flowering time. The proposed model can capture the flowering time behaviours of plant when subject to red, blue, and mixed lights and can be used to guide experiment of light properties manipulation for optimised plant growth via hypocotyl growth and flowering time.
|Title of host publication||2022 22nd International Conference on Control, Automation and Systems|
|Number of pages||6|
|Publication status||E-pub ahead of print - 9 Jan 2023|
|Event||22nd International Conference on Control, Automation and Systems - Busan, Korea, Republic of|
Duration: 27 Nov 2022 → 1 Dec 2022
|Name||International Conference on Control, Automation and Systems|
|Conference||22nd International Conference on Control, Automation and Systems|
|Country/Territory||Korea, Republic of|
|Period||27/11/22 → 1/12/22|
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This work was supported by Coventry University Global Challenge Research Fund (GCRF), Fully Funded Doctoral Studentship Scheme to M.L.P. and the Royal Society (RGS/R2/180195) to M.F. H.A. acknowledges the support by Sêr Cymru II 80761-BU-103 project by Welsh European Funding Office (WEFO) under the Eu-
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- Arabidopsis thaliana
- Flowering Time
- Light Quality
- Plant Circadian Clock
- Speed Breeding
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Artificial Intelligence
- Computer Science Applications
- Control and Systems Engineering
- Electrical and Electronic Engineering