CONSTRUCTION OF PLANT BIOLOGICAL CIRCUIT MODEL FOR STORING MODAL INFORMATION DURING TOMATO GROWTH PROCESS
During the growth and development of tomato plants, its different cells or tissues would store external environmental information and express it in the form of ion transportation. In order to better examine the storage model of tomato plants, the tomato individual tissue and whole plant biological circuit models were closely examined based on the idea of modal theory. According to the parameter inversion theory, in the frequency range of 0.1Hz - 1MHz, the impedance spectrum measurement and dielectric properties of tomato plants in four modal periods of germination stage were carried out. The stages were namely the seedling stage, flowering and fruit setting stage, and fruiting stage respectively. Impedance spectrum fitting was performed with the ZSimpWin software. Then, the biological circuit model of each tissue of tomato plant was obtained. Next, the parameter inversion was used to calculate the value of each element of the biological circuit model. Lastly, the biological circuit model of the tomato plant body in each period was obtained. Through the charging and discharging test of the model of the tomato plant body at each stage, the corresponding parameter value relationship was obtained according to the capacitance characteristics. This would be compared with the component values obtained from the parameter inversion in the model. Results showed that the errors were all less than 4.8%, which verified the rationality of the model. This system acted as a theoretical guidance for the research on the growth and development of tomato and other plants.
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