# Problems & Reports From The Second MPSSG

**Problems from the Second Mathematics in the Plant Sciences Study Group, 5-8 January 2009, at the University of Nottingham**

- Applying systems approaches to biofuel research: prediction of function of plant polysaccharide synthesis enzymes Proceedings of the 2nd Mathematics in the Plant Sciences Study Group & 2008
- K Evans, SP Preston, & 2009 Predicting function of plant polysaccharides synthesis enzymes Proceedings of the 2nd Mathematics in the Plant Sciences Study Group ,

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- Modelling carbon assimilatory and recycling pathways in Arabidopsis seedlings Proceedings of the 2nd Mathematics in the Plant Sciences Study Group & 2008
- Jamie Twycross & 2009 Modelling carbon assimilatory and recycling pathways in Arabidopsis seedlings Proceedings of the 2nd Mathematics in the Plant Sciences Study Group , ,

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- Jerry Roberts 2008 The mechanics of cell separation during plant organ abscission Proceedings of the 2nd Mathematics in the Plant Sciences Study Group
- RJ Dyson, & OE Jensen 2009 Modelling cell separation during plant organ abscission Proceedings of the 2nd Mathematics in the Plant Sciences Study Group , ,

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- A model for floral organ development in Arabidopsis Proceedings of the 2nd Mathematics in the Plant Sciences Study Group 2008
- AM Middleton, & JR King 2009 A model for floral organ development in Arabidopsis Proceedings of the 2nd Mathematics in the Plant Sciences Study Group

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- Sean Mayes, , , & Neil Crout 2008 Modelling landrace structure in underutilised crops – bambara groundnut as an example Proceedings of the 2nd Mathematics in the Plant Sciences Study Group
- LR Band, SP Preston, & 2009 Modelling landrace structure in under-utilised crops: the bambara groundnut example Proceedings of the 2nd Mathematics in the Plant Sciences Study Group

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