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-Momo Takoudjou S, Ploton P, Sonké B, Hackenberg J, Griffon S, de Coligny F, Guy Kamdem N, Libalah M, Mofack G II, Le Moguédec G, Pélissier R, Barbier N. **2017**. Using terrestrial laser scanning data to estimate large tropical trees biomass and calibrate allometric models: A comparison with traditional destructive approach. **Methods Ecol Evol**. 2017;​00:​1–12. https://​doi.org/​10.1111/​2041-210X.12933+Momo Takoudjou S, Ploton P, Sonké B, Hackenberg J, Griffon S, de Coligny F, Kamdem N G, Libalah M, Mofack G II, Le Moguédec G, Pélissier R, Barbier N. **2017**. Using terrestrial laser scanning data to estimate large tropical trees biomass and calibrate allometric models: A comparison with traditional destructive approach. **Methods Ecol Evol**. 2017;​00:​1–12. https://​doi.org/​10.1111/​2041-210X.12933
  
 Perez R, Pallas B, Le Moguédec G, Rey H, Griffon S, Caliman JP, Costes E and Dauzat J. **2016**. Integrating mixed-effect models into an architectural plant model to simulate inter- and intra-progeny variability:​ a case study on oil palm (Elaeis guineensis Jacq.). **Journal of Experimental Botany**. doi:​10.1093/​jxb/​erw203 Perez R, Pallas B, Le Moguédec G, Rey H, Griffon S, Caliman JP, Costes E and Dauzat J. **2016**. Integrating mixed-effect models into an architectural plant model to simulate inter- and intra-progeny variability:​ a case study on oil palm (Elaeis guineensis Jacq.). **Journal of Experimental Botany**. doi:​10.1093/​jxb/​erw203
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