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Taiz, Lincoln; Zeiger, Eduardo; Moller, Ian Max; Murphy, Angus (2015). Plant Physiology and Development. Sunderland, MA: ... In general, bulk flow in plant biology typically refers to the movement of water from the soil up through the plant to the leaf ... sound can be used to measure the rate of cavitation within the plant . Plants[which?] do, however, have physiological ... Examples of mass flow include blood circulation and transport of water in vascular plant tissues. Mass flow is not to be ...
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Taiz, Lincoln; Zeiger, Eduardo; Moller, Ian Max; Murphy, Angus (2015). Plant Physiology and Development. Sunderland MA: Sinauer ... The most notable difference between prophase in plant cells and animal cells occurs because plant cells lack centrioles. The ... utilizing the technology on plant cells was difficult due to the high degree of chromosome compaction in plant cells. G-banding ... In plant cells, microtubules gather at opposite poles and begin to form the spindle apparatus at locations called foci. The ...
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Srivastava, Lalit M. (2002). Plant growth and development. Hormones and environment. Amsterdam: Academic Press. p. 476. ISBN 0- ... Plants that are intermediate may be called semi-deciduous; they lose old foliage as new growth begins. Other plants are semi- ... The cells are sensitive to a plant hormone called auxin that is produced by the leaf and other parts of the plant. When auxin ... It also forms a layer that seals the break, so the plant does not lose sap. A number of deciduous plants remove nitrogen and ...
"Plant Physiology and Development" textbook published by Oxford University Press, which is a widely used upper-division plant ... Plant Physiology and Development Taiz, L.; Zeiger, E.; Møller, I; Murphy, A. (2014) Oxford University Press. 6th edition. " ... "Plant Physiology and Development; Angus Murphy - Oxford University Press". global.oup.com. Retrieved 16 July 2017. "Eduardo ... 100 scientific papers on the subjects of photothynsesis and the sensory transduction of internal and external signals in plant ...
ISBN 0-534-38061-1. Taiz and Zeiger (2015). Plant Physiology and Development. Sunderland, Massachusetts U.S.A: Sinauer ... The Plant Cell 14:47-56 Gifford, Ernest M. & Foster, Adriance S. (1988). Morphology and Evolution of Vascular Plants, (3rd ed ... This allows the plant to control to some degree the movement of water and to selectively uptake or prevent the passage of ions ... In most seed plants, especially woody types, an endodermis is absent from the stems but is present in roots. The endodermis ...
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Plant Physiology and Development. Sunderland, MA: Sinauer Associates, Inc. p. 101. ISBN 978-1-60535-255-8. Freeman, Scott (2014 ... The effect of wind velocity on the transpiration rate of plants. The effect of humidity on the transpiration rate of plants. ... crop plants transpire 200 to 1000 kg of water for every kg of dry matter produced). Transpiration rates of plants can be ... creating a continuous flow of water through the plant. Plants regulate the rate of transpiration by controlling the size of the ...
Burgess, Jeremy (1985-05-16). Introduction to Plant Cell Development. CUP Archive. ISBN 9780521316118. Kuya, Noriyuki; Sato, ... The root cap is absent in some parasitic plants and some aquatic plants, in which a sac-like structure called the root pocket ... The root cap is a section of tissue at the tip of a plant root. It is also called calyptra. Root caps contain statocytes which ... The root cap protects the growing tip in plants. It secretes mucilage to ease the movement of the root through soil, and may ...
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... plant development and the branching architecture of plant development. Prusinkiewicz, Przemysław; James Hanan (1989). ... "Modelling plant growth and development". Current Opinion in Plant Biology. Elvesier: 79-83. Prusinkiewicz, Przemysław; Aristid ... Hensel argued that the Calgary team's computational plant models or "virtual plants" which culminated in software they ... Prusinkiewicz's main work is on the modeling of plant growth through such grammars. Prusinkiewicz received his PhD from the ...
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Some plants rely on light signals to determine when to switch from the vegetative to the flowering stage of plant development. ... There are at least three stages of plant development where photomorphogenesis occurs: seed germination, seedling development, ... Light has profound effects on the development of plants. The most striking effects of light are observed when a germinating ... link) Taiz, Lincoln; Zeiger, Eduardo; Møller, Ian Max (2015). Plant Physiology and Development (Sixth ed.). Sunderland, MA: ...
"Economic Development". Cushman & Wakefield. Retrieved September 4, 2015.. *^ "U.S. Refineries* Operable Capacity". Department ... The plant was officially closed in July 1986, due to a poor economic climate and the decline of American steel in the 1980s. ... Exxon-Mobil is still one of the major employers in the city and now runs over 10 plants in the area including a newly announced ... The Cedar Bayou plant, in operation since 1963, is Chevron Phillips Chemical's largest manufacturing site in the United States. ...