*Phototropism

Growth towards a light source is called positive phototropism, while growth away from light is called negative phototropism ( ... Play media Phototropism is the growth of an organism which responds to a light stimulus. It is most often observed in plants, ... A second group of genes, PIN genes, have been found to play a major role in phototropism. They are auxin transporters, so it is ... The combination of phototropism and gravitropism allow plants to grow in the correct direction. There are several signaling ...

*Sphaerobolus

doi:10.1016/S0007-1536(84)80088-1. Nawaz M (1967). "Phototropism in Sphaerobolus". Biologia. 13: 5-14. Walker L (1927). " ...

*Projectile use by animals

Nawaz M (1967). "Phototropism in Sphaerobolus". Biologia. 13: 5-14. Nature's Marksmen - a video showing projectile use by ...

*Chromotropism

CS1 maint: Extra text: authors list (link) Minkiewicz, Romauld (1907). "Chromotropism and phototropism". J. Comp. Neurol. ...

*Arthur Galston

Phototropism in Relation to Gravitropism, Nutation, and Growth". Plant Physiology. 71 (2): 313-318. PMC 1066031 . Galston, A. W ... This overturned a commonly held belief that carotene was the photoreceptor involved in phototropism. In 1950 Galston accepted a ... He identified riboflavin and other flavins as photoreceptors involved in phototropism, the bending of plants toward light, ... Whippo, C. W. (1 May 2006). "Phototropism: Bending towards Enlightenment". The Plant Cell Online. 18 (5): 1110-1119. doi: ...

*Heliotropism

A. P. de Candolle called this phenomenon in any plant heliotropism (1832). It was renamed phototropism in 1892, because it is a ... "Phototropism and photomorphogenesis of Vaucheria". Donat-Peter H├Ąder; Michael Lebert (2001). Photomovement. Elsevier. p. 676. ... Whippo, Craig W. (2006). "Phototropism: Bending towards Enlightenment". The Plant Cell. 18 (5): 1110-1119. doi:10.1105/tpc. ... is more likely to employ the more abstract word phototropism. The French scientist Jean-Jacques d'Ortous de Mairan was one of ...

*Phototaxis

Phototropism Madigan, Michael T.; Martinko, John M. (2006). Brock Biology of Microorganisms (11th ed.). Upper Saddle River, N.J ...

*Conidiobolus coronatus

Page, Robert M.; Humber, Richard A. (1973). "Phototropism in Conidiobolus coronatus". Mycologia. 65 (2): 335-354. doi:10.2307/ ...

*Julius Wiesner

His research included studies on phototropism in plants, on the formation of chlorophyll. and investigations involving the ... Biographical sketch @ AEIOU Encyclopedia Whippo, CW; Hangarter, RP (2006). "Phototropism: bending towards enlightenment". Plant ...

*Etiolation

Whippo, CW; Hangarter, RP (2006). "Phototropism: Bending towards enlightenment". The Plant Cell. 18 (5): 1110-9. doi:10.1105/ ...

*Frits Warmolt Went

"Phototropism - Cholodny-went Theory". JRank. Retrieved 2012-05-29. Munns, Jakub (2017). Engineering the Environment: Phytotrons ...

*Phycomyces

... exhibiting strong phototropism. newly emerged Phycomyces from a fish food pellet in potting soil. Phycomyces can ... They are known for their strong phototropism response and helical growth of the sporangium. The best studied species is ...

*Auxin

... participates in phototropism, geotropism, hydrotropism and other developmental changes. The uneven distribution of auxin ... Hohm, T; Preuten, T; Fankhauser, C (2013). "Phototropism: Translating light into directional growth". American Journal of ... Whippo, CW; Hangarter, RP (2006). "Phototropism: Bending towards enlightenment". The Plant Cell. 18 (5): 1110-9. doi:10.1105/ ... phototropism), roots growing in response to gravity (gravitropism), and other tropisms originated because cells on one side ...

*Cholodny-Went model

Further research into phototropism and gravitropism is now investigating the roles of other plant hormones in the growth ... The basic elements of the theory are that auxin is the sole hormone that controls growth in gravitropism and phototropism; the ... "Phototropism - Cholodny-went Theory". JRank. Retrieved 2012-05-29. Janick 2010, p. 235. Orbovik & Poff 1993. Janick 2010, p. ... Orbovik, Vladimir; Poff, Kenneth I. (1993). "Growth Distribution during Phototropism of Arabidopsis thaliana Seedlings" (PDF). ...

*Mycetophilidae

John M. Sivinski (1998). "Phototropism, bioluminescence and the Diptera" (PDF). Florida Entomologist. The Florida Entomologist ...

*Motility

This is known as positive phototropism. The roots grow away from light. This is known as negative phototropism. Monocytes and ...

*Phytochrome

Phototropism in Relation to Gravitropism, Nutation, and Growth". Plant Physiol. 71 (2): 313-318. doi:10.1104/pp.71.2.313. ...

*Arabidopsis thaliana

A. thaliana was used extensively in the study of the genetic basis of phototropism, chloroplast alignment, and stomatal ... Ruppel NJ, Hangarter RP, Kiss JZ (2001). "Red-light-induced positive phototropism in arabidopsis roots". Planta. 212 (3): 424- ... indicating that the roots also show positive phototropism. In 2000, Dr. Janet Braam of Rice University genetically engineered A ...

*Plant perception (physiology)

These responses are called phototropism and skototropism respectively. They are brought about by light sensitive pigments like ...

*Dennstaedtia punctilobula

... can exhibit varying degrees of phototropism. The common name "Hay-scented Fern" comes from the fact ...

*Jack Myers (biologist)

His areas of expertise were photosynthesis, phototropism and algae. His work included research on growing algae in space. He ...

*Thigmotropism

Like phototropism, a thigmotropic response in stems requires light. Plant biologist Mark Jaffe performed a simple preliminary ...

*Garden design

Phototropism is the effect of light on plant growth that causes the plant to grow toward or away from the light. Photoperiodism ... Light regulates three major plant processes: photosynthesis, phototropism, and photoperiodism. Photosynthesis provides the ...

*Chirocephalus marchesonii

Their swimming position seems to derive from a positive phototropism. The species is characterized by a coral red coloring. The ...

*Photomorphogenesis

For example, phototropin is the blue light photoreceptor that controls phototropism. Plants show various responses to UV light ...