Raphaël P.A. Perez

Raphaël P.A. Perez
Cirad - La recherche agronomique pour le développement | CIRAD · Unité Mixte de Recherche Amélioration Génétique et Adaptation des Plantes Méditerranéennes et Tropicales (AGAP)

PhD in plant modelling and ecophysiology; Applied science degree in agronomy , genetic and plant breeding (master degree)

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11 Research Items
138 Citations
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Additional affiliations
October 2018 - present
Cirad - La recherche agronomique pour le développement
Position
  • Researcher
March 2017 - September 2018
September 2013 - January 2017
CIRAD
Position
  • PhD Student
Education
September 2007 - September 2010
École Nationale Supérieure Agronomique de Toulouse
Field of study
  • agronomy, genetics and plant breeding

Publications

Publications (14)
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Three-dimensional (3D) reconstruction of plants is time-consuming and involves considerable levels of data acquisition. This is possibly one reason why the integration of genetic variability into 3D architectural models has so far been largely overlooked. In this study, an allometry-based approach was developed to account for architectural variabil...
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Climatic hazards affecting the main rice producing regions of Indonesia increase the risk of annual production loss and encourage the development of innovative strategies to maintain stable production. Conversion of oil palm monocultures to rice-based intercropping systems is a strategy to be considered, but relies on the existence of suitable plan...
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Functional-structural plant modelling approaches (FSPM) explore the relationships between the 3D structure and the physiological functioning of plants in relation to environmental conditions. In this study, we present a methodological approach that integrated architectural responses to planting design in an oil palm FSPM, and test the impact of pla...
Poster
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Introduction Light modelling at the scale of organs is essential to account accurately for the complex interactions between biophysical processes such as photosynthesis, stomatal conductance and energy balance. Yet, the calculation of radiative exchanges at fine scales is computationally-intensive and it remains a hindrance to a widespread use of F...
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Multi-genotype canopies are frequent in phenotyping experiments and raise increasing interest in agriculture. Radiation interception efficiency (RIE) and radiation use efficiency (RUE) have low heritabilities in such canopies. We propose a revised Monteith equation that identifies environmental and genetic components of RIE and RUE. An environmenta...
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Background and aims: Enhancement of light harvesting in annual crops has successfully led to yield increases since the green revolution. Such an improvement has mainly been achieved by selecting plants with optimal canopy architecture for specific agronomic practices. For perennials such as oil palm, breeding programmes were focused more on fruit...
Article
The paradigm of functional-structural models (FSPM) assumes that studying the detailed organisation of plant structure allows a better understanding of functional processes; in particular the way plants capture light for performing photosynthesis. However, much attention must be paid toward the consistency between virtual plants and plants in the f...
Thesis
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The development of new breeding strategies to find more sustainable and productive systems is a major challenge to cope with ceaseless increasing demands for vegetable oils, notably palm oil. Optimizing plant architecture to increase radiation interception efficiency could be an option for enhancing potential oil palm production. Indeed, studies in...
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The development of new breeding strategies to find more sustainable and productive systems is a major challenge to cope with ceaseless increasing demands for palm oil. Optimizing plant architecture to increase radiation interception efficiency could be an option for enhancing potential crop production. Most oil palms grown in the world are Deli dur...
Poster
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Description of the 3D-reconstruction model of oil palm and its application to estimate light interception among progenies.
Conference Paper
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The development of new breeding strategies to find more sustainable and productive systems is a major challenge to cope with ceaseless increasing demands for palm oil. Optimizing plant architecture to increase radiation interception efficiency could be an option for enhancing potential crop production. Most oil palms grown in the world are Deli dur...

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