The roots of some plants, including Zea mays, have been shown to bend differently when exposed to different temperature ... Hooker, Jr., H. D. (1914). "Thermotropism in Roots". The Plant World. 17: 136. Retrieved 23 May 2016. Nilsen, Erik Tallak ( ... Thermotropism or thermotropic movement is the movement of a plant or part of a plant in response to a change in temperature. A ... From this information, a hypothesis has formed that the plant cell plasma membrane is an important site of plant temperature ...
"Log cabin plants roots". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Pittsburgh, PA. 1989-01-14. p. 17. Retrieved 2010-10-08. Starrett, Agnes ...
"Planting Jewish roots in Siberia". Federation of Jewish Communities of the CIS. May 24, 2004. Archived from the original on ... Cochin Jews also called Malabar Jews, are the oldest group of Jews in India, with possible roots that are claimed to date back ... В России проживает около миллиона иудеев Interfax, 26 февраля 2015 года STUDY: ABOUT 1.5 MILLION PEOPLE WITH JEWISH ROOTS LIVE ...
Larvae feed on plant roots. Adults are flightless with fused elytra and feed at night on plant foliage. In many species of the ... Many species of the genus, particularly the black vine weevil (O. sulcatus) and the strawberry root weevil (O. ovatus), are ...
"Plants - From Roots to Riches". London: BBC. Willis, K. J. (2014). Kew and BBC Radio 4. London: John Murray. ISBN 1444798235. ... The Evolution of Plants. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 380 pp. ISBN 9780199292233 "UK Government Research Grants awarded to ... She has argued that the impacts of contemporary climate change on plant biota is uncertain and potentially not as severe as ... With Jennifer McElwain she co-authored the textbook The Evolution of Plants. Her research has been funded by the Natural ...
The animal eats plant roots. Its presence results in a change in vegetation on the mounds, which have fewer grasses and more ... The animal builds large burrows and perhaps associated mounds and eats plant roots. In 1909, John Alden Loring collected the ... woody plants, either because the animal eats plant roots or because the soil is altered. Hollister, 1919, plate 15 Heller, 1910 ... One chamber is used for urination and defecation and to store plant matter; it produces a substantial amount of heat. In other ...
Simon HM; Dodsworth JA; Goodman RM (October 2000). "Crenarchaeota colonize terrestrial plant roots". Environ. Microbiol. 2 (5 ... and in the region of soil that surrounds plant roots (the rhizosphere). Extremophile archaea, particularly those resistant ... Skophammer, R.G.; Herbold, C.W.; Rivera, M.C.; Servin, J.A.; Lake, J.A. (2006). "Evidence that the root of the tree of life is ... Plants and other organisms consume the latter. In the sulfur cycle, archaea that grow by oxidizing sulfur compounds release ...
"Images of plants and roots".. ... illustrated with 2255 woodcuts of plants. Iacobi Theodori ...
"Planting Jewish roots in Siberia". Fjc.ru. 24 May 2004. Archived from the original on 27 August 2009. Retrieved 15 May 2010. " ... with its very shallow roots. Outside the extreme northwest, the taiga is dominant, covering a significant fraction of the ...
They are actinorhizal plants, that host nitrogen-fixing bacteria in their roots, and are the only ones that are non-woody, ... "International Plant Names Index". Retrieved 7 September 2013. Angiosperm Phylogeny Group (2009). "An update of the Angiosperm ... Christenhusz, M. J. M. & Byng, J. W. (2016). "The number of known plants species in the world and its annual increase". ... This species is strictly dioecious, with male and female flowers on different plants. It is grown for ornamental foliage and ...
The root is used in Tanganyika to wash small children and mothers' breasts. In South Africa, a root decoction with other plants ... The plant has perennial tuberous roots. Local names for the plant include concombre sauvage (French for "wild cucumber"), ... The root is considered edible in Sudan. [medical citation needed] Like its relative M. charantia, the plant contains a number ... The plant's presence is believed to be an indicator that the soil is appropriate for planting cocoa tree. The closest relatives ...
The plant has multiple thick roots. The roots have a brown skin on the outside and a white color internally. The roots come to ... The roots are called Behman Safed, also known as White Behmen, Safaid Behmen, in Ayurvedic Indian medicine. The plant is grown ... The plant's leaves near ground-level are relatively large, comparable to broad dock or spinach leaves. Rising above those ... Including the upper stalks, the plant is typically a little less than a meter high off the ground. ...
This plant has cylindrical, grayish roots. The solitary flower heads are 6-8 mm (0.24-0.31 in) in diameter, with white florets ... University of California United States Department of Agriculture Plants Profile Eclipta prostrata in West African plants - A ... The plant has traditional uses in Ayurveda. It is bitter, hot, sharp, dry in taste. In India it is known as bhangra (भांग्र), ... Glossary of Indian Medicinal plants. C.S.I.R., New Delhi Roy RK, Thakur M, Dixit VK (2008). "Hair growth promoting activity of ...
"Dynasty plants roots in 8 states." The Colorado Springs Gazette. May 9, 2004. Retrieved on October 1, 2012. Available at ...
nov., isolated from herbaceous plant roots". International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology. 63 (Pt 12): ...
Cobb, Edward D. (October 1959). "Cornell University Celebrates its Botanical Roots". Plant Science Bulletin. Botanical Society ... He carried out important research into plant chromosomes of iris, orchid genus and corn plants (such as Maize). He was ... B. M. Johri (Editor) Experimental Embryology of Vascular Plants (1982), p. 225, at Google Books Indra Vasil (Editor) Plant ... In 1925, they discovered a corn plant had three complete sets of chromosomes (meaning it was a triploid). They also studied the ...
"Roots Were Planted in New Kensington". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: June 24, 2011. D-7. Butler, Ann. "Tough Guys: When they get ... "This exhibit adds a new chapter as we trace the roots of mixed martial arts in the United States back to the Pittsburgh region ... was the first grass roots movement to develop mixed martial arts into a modern American sport in 1980 (although the term MMA ...
They can undermine plant roots, indirectly causing damage or death. Moles do not eat plant roots. Moles are controlled with ... Other species such as weasels and voles may use mole tunnels to gain access to enclosed areas or plant roots. Moles burrow and ... damage to young plants through disturbance of the soil, weed invasion of pasture through exposure of freshly tilled soil, and ...
McLennan, Scott (6 July 2010). "Nateva plants musical roots in Maine". The Boston Globe. Retrieved 7 January 2013. Hatch, ...
"Goldberg Segalla plants Chicago roots" (PDF). Chicago Daily Law Bulletin. January 24, 2014. "Fast-growing Goldberg Segalla ...
"The Roots of Carnivorous Plants" (PDF). Plant and Soil. 274 (1-2): 127-140. doi:10.1007/s11104-004-2754-2. ISBN 0-88192-356-7 ... As spring approaches, mature plants may send up a single, nodding flower, and a few weeks later the plant will send up a few ... The cobra lily is able to survive fire by regenerating from its roots, but despite this important role the roots are very ... Many carnivorous plant enthusiasts have succeeded in cultivating these plants, and have developed or discovered three color ...
Most are ectoparasites of plant roots.. They insert their stylets into root epidermis to feed. Some species live half-buried in ... An exception is in parasitism by H. multicinctus, which can cause enough root necrosis that it seriously weakens the plant. ... the root tissue, and others penetrate the root and live inside. They lay eggs on, around, or inside the roots, and within two ... Four species out of over 200 are known as destructive plant pests that suppress plant growth: H. dihystera, H. multicinctus, H ...
The size of the nest varied with the size of the root system of the plant above. During the summer, above some of the nests, ... It was found that the worker ants remove soil from under clumps of wiregrass, other grasses or other fibrous rooted plants such ... It nests underground among plant roots. A study of this species was undertaken in northern Florida. ... Observations inside nests showed that the workers, queen, alates and brood took up stations on the fibrous roots which formed a ...
Dicotyledon plantlet showing roots. Plants portal Plant propagation Brix, H. 1972. Growth response of Sitka spruce and white ... A seedling is a young plant sporophyte developing out of a plant embryo from a seed. Seedling development starts with ... The plumule is the part of a seed embryo that develops into the shoot bearing the first true leaves of a plant. In most seeds, ... In many plants, the seed coat still covers the cotyledons for extra protection. Upon breaking the surface and reaching the ...
Eshel, Amram; Beeckman, Tom (2013). Plant Roots: The Hidden Half (4 ed.). CRC Press. Retrieved 2016-12-06. Váquez, F.M. (2000 ... Golden thistles are assigned to the Cichorieae tribe that shares anastomosing latex canals in both root, stem and leaves, and ... Scolymus grandiflorus is a spiny annual or biennial plant in the family Asteraceae, native to the Mediterranean region. With up ... "Large-flowered yellow thistle". Wild Plants of Malta and Gozo. Retrieved 2016-12-11. "Scolymus grandiflorus Desf". Fora Acta ...
The plant was officially closed in July 1986, due to a poor economic climate and the decline of American steel in the 1980s. ... In the Downtown Arts District is the roots of the Baytown Public Art Program spearheaded by the City of Baytown Tourism ... 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. ...