TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «AMPHISTOMATAL»
The term «amphistomatal» is barely ever used and occupies the 210.703
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «AMPHISTOMATAL»
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Photoassimilate Distribution Plants and Crops Source-Sink ...
Gas Exchange and Carbon Assimilation The gas exchange and carbon
assimilation system of rice is adapted to warm, humid, and — except in upland-
adapted rices — water-logged environments. Leaves are amphistomatal and
Improving Crop Productivity in Sustainable Agriculture
While there exists a significant genotypic variation in the density and size of
stomata in groundnut , there is little information about the significance of this “
amphistomatal” characteristic in adaptation of groundnut. Studies have shown
Narendra Tuteja, Sarvajeet S. Gill, Renu Tuteja, 2012
Genera Orchidacearum Volume 6: Epidendroideae
Christenson), and Vanda tricolor exhibited an amphistomatal pattern of
distribution. Subsidiary cells ranged from 2–4, and their cell wall divisions were
consistently oblique. There was no attempt to derive systematic implications for
Alec M. Pridgeon, Phillip J. Cribb, Mark W. Chase, 2014
Anatomy of the Monocotyledons Volume X: Orchidaceae
... hairs absent, epidermal cells isodiametric or elongated, anticlinal cell walls
straight, stomata superficial, tetracytic; leaves hypostomatal, except
amphistomatal in Hintonella, Hofmeisterella, Rauhiella, and Thysanoglossa;
hypodermis absent; ...
William Louis Stern, Mary Gregory, David F. Cutler, 2014
The Allotetraploid Saxifraga Nathorsti and its Probable ...
B A Comparative leaf anatomy with special reference to the epithem hydathodes
Saxifraga aizoides Saxifraga aizoides has linear succulent amphistomatal leaves
. The epithem hydathodes were described by Galloe (1910), Kurt (1930) and ...
Phytography as a Fine Art
1b. e p i s t o m a t a 1 leaves. All stomata are placed on the upper surface of the
leaf. Nymphaea alba. lc. amphistomatal leaves. The stomata are placed both on
the upper and on the lower surface of the leaf. Digitalis purpurea. S. No. 719. (cf.
Jan Willem Moll, Johannes Cornelis Schoute, 1934
The Cambridge Illustrated Glossary of Botanical Terms
 amphistomatal, amphistomatic With stomata on both upper and lower
surfaces of the leaf. amphitropous (hemitropous) Curved, so that both ends of the
ovule are brought near to each other.  amplexicaul Clasping the stem, but
Michael Hickey, Clive King, 2000
Gymnosperm (naked seeds plant) : structure and development
The leaves were amphistomatal with stomata situated in parallel rows.
Ovuliferous cones bear spiral bracts with a five lobed appendage bearing two or
three ovules in its axil. II. Pseudovoltzia liebeana: It bore dwarf shoot in axil of
Cassava Breeding, Agronomy Research and Technology Transfer ...
Screening of the 50 morphologically stable mutants in their MV4 and MV5
generations showed an increase in yield (20-30%), high photosynthetic rate and
greater frequency of amphistomatal conditions than control plants (Table 6).
Pansegrouw's Crossword Dictionary
... having six sides and six angles hexagonal having small compartments cellular
having special beauty exquisite having spinal column vertebrate having spines
acanthus having spokes radial having stomata on both surfaces amphistomatal, ...