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A continuous growth model for plant tissue
Morphogenesis in plants and animals involves large irreversible deformations. In plants, the response of the cell wall material to internal and external forces is determined by its mechanical properties. An appropriate model for plant tissue growth must include key features such as anisotropic and heterogeneous elasticity and cell dependent evaluation of mechanical variables such as turgor pressure, stress and strain. In addition, a growth model needs to cope with cell divisions as a necessarydoi:10.1088/1478-3975/13/6/065002 pmid:27845935 fatcat:2n5x6yolovdm3ibxekrrjv2e5u