Coupled leaf gas exchange model, A-Ci curve simulation and fitting, Ball-Berry stomatal conductance models, leaf energy balance using Penman-Monteith, Cowan-Farquhar optimization, humidity unit conversions. See Duursma (2015) <doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0143346>.
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The following functions are the main tools in plantecophys:
fitaci) fits A-Ci curves to data.
Photosyn can be used to simulate A-Ci curves (or
Aci), and simulate from a coupled leaf gas exchange model.
fitBB fits Ball-Berry-type stomatal conductance models to data.
FARAO is an implementation of a numeric solution to Cowan-Farquhar optimization of stomatal conductance.
RHtoVPD converts relative humidity to vapour pressure deficit (and more similar functions on that help page).
The package also includes the following example datasets:
acidata1 A dataset with a single A-Ci curve.
manyacidat A dataset with many A-Ci curves.
Maintainer: Remko Duursma
Duursma, R.A., 2015. Plantecophys - An R Package for Analysing and Modelling Leaf Gas Exchange Data. PLoS ONE 10, e0143346. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0143346
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