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Fig. 10

From: A quantitative report on the impact of chloride on the kinetic coefficients of auxin-induced growth: a numerical contribution to the “acid growth hypothesis”

Fig. 10

The growth rate f′(t) = C × D × exp[− exp(−D(t − te) − D(t − te))] calculated from the cumulative elongation of growth f(t) = C × exp[− exp(−D(t − te))], Pietruszka (2012), as a function of time t. The inflection point t e and C, D coefficients denote model free parameters: C for the dual (pH/T–dependent) growth amplitude (Pietruszka 2016) and D for the diffusion rate (not to be confused with the diffusion constant)

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