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The role of calcium in growth induced by indole-3-acetic acid ...

The role of calcium in growth induced by indole-3-acetic acid and gravity in the leaf-sheath pulvinus of oat

Planta (Berl.)131, 245-252 (1976)

Planta (Berl.)131, 245-252 (1976) Planta 9 by Springer-Verlag 1976 Cell Elongation in the Grass Pulvinus in Response to Geotropic Stimulation and Auxin Application P. Dayanandan, Frederick V. Hebard, and Peter B. Kaufman

Pulvinus-actuated leaf movements

Bio-inspired Design of Intelligent Materials Minoru Taya *, Professor and Director Center for Intelligent Materials and Systems Department of Mechanical Engineering University of Washington, Box 352600 Seattle, WA 98195-2600 ABSTRACT Several examples of sensors and actuators inherent in ...

Mimosa pudica L. sensitive plant FABACEAE

Mimosa pudica L. sensitive plant FABACEAE Synonyms: Mimosa tetrandra Humb.

Late Pleistocene Palaeoenvironments of the Southern Lake ...

Also, Cretaceous-agepalynomorphs, including Appendicisporitestricornatus Weyland&Greifeld, Reticuloidosporitesdentatus Pfug. Coll., Hamulatisporishamulatus Krutzsch., Aquillapollenites pulvinus Stanley, Hystrichosphaeridiumtubiferum (Ehrbg.)

Taxonomic Evidence: Structural and Biochemical Characters

Stipules are some-58 CHAPTER FOUR Stem Bud Lower pulvinus Petiole Stipules Upper pulvinus Veins Adaxial surface Abaxial surface Margin Apex Blade Figure 4.3 Generalized angiosperm leaf.

In the following, we will review five cases of morphing ...

Once such action potentials arrive at the motor cells underneath the pulvinus, Toriyama (1955) observed that potassium ion escaped from the motor cells to draw water out of the motor cells by osmosis, leading to collapse and folding down of the pulvinus.

Oak polypore (Buglossoporus pulvinus)

Oak polypore (Buglossoporus pulvinus) This rare fungus is known only from a single ancient dead oak tree in Staverton Park in East Suffolk. Its fruit bodies appear during the summer, but do not persist long making monitoring the species difficult.


Basal leaves several; cauline leaf 1; leaf sheath strigose; petiole pulvinus 3-4 cm; leaf blade oblong, 25-45 × 8-14 cm, glabrous, base rounded to subrounded and shortly and abruptly attenuate, apex acuminate to caudate.

Pulvinusveneticus gen. et sp. nov. (Compsopogonales ...

Molecular analysis places Pulvinus veneticus in the Compsopogon-ales. It has prostrate-adherent filaments or free filaments with one or more discoid to spiral bluish-green plastids without pyrenoids per cell.