10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «APHELIOTROPISM»
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The Power of Movement in Plants
movement of circumnutation which gives rise to, or is converted into, heliotropism
and apheliotropism. On this view we need not assume against all analogy that a
lateral light entirely stops circdmnutation; it merely excites the plant to modify its ...
These three movements in response to the stimulus of the lateral light are spoken
of as heliotropism, apheliotropism, and diaheliotropism respectively. The
advantages thus secured arc in some cases very obvious ; the heliotropism of the
Joseph Reynolds Green, 1902
An Introduction to Vegetable Physiology
These phenomena, thus associated with the incidence of a lateral light, are
spoken of as heliotropism, apheliotropism, and diaheliotropism respectively.
Sometimes the terms positive, negative, and transverse heliotropism are
Joseph Reynolds Green, 1911
To continue Wiesner's explanation : when the plant is exposed to a zenith
illumination, the leaves bend downwards owing to apheliotropism, and if truly
apheliotropic, would continue to bend till they pointed vertically downwards. But \
Bioscientific Terminology: Words from Latin and Greek Stems
... or h), "against," "opposite" examples: antidote, antitoxin, antiseptic antagonist,
antarctic 5. apo- (ap- before vowels or h), "from," "off," "away" examples: apology,
apostle aphorism, apheliotropism (tendency to turn away from light) 6. cata- (cat-
Robertson's Words for a Modern Age: A Cross Reference of ...
... apheliotropic, apheliotropism, diaheliotropic, diaheliotro- pism, heliocentric,
heliograph, heliography, heliogravure, heliolatrist, heliolatry, heliolith, helioUthic,
heliology, heliometer, heliometry, heliophil, heliophile, heliophilic, heliophilous, ...
A Calendar of the Correspondence of Charles Darwin, 1821-1882
Plans an experiment to test for 'apheliotropism' in certain radicles. ALS3pp DAR
211 12134. From [Francis Darwin] 4 July 1879 Wurzburg Heliotropism
nomenclature. Apheliotropic mustard roots grow more quickly in dark. Measures
Frederick Burkhardt, Sydney Smith, David Kohn, 1994
English Words: History and Structure
Now consider the word apheliotropism: a - heli-o-tro -ism < a o- I 'awa ' - 'sun' - '
turn' - 'state condition y 9 7 process' To produce a good reading for this word, we
have to supply a sensible relationship between 'away,' 'sun,' and 'turn'; the -ism ...
Donka Minkova, Robert P. Stockwell, 2009
... physiological ecology of woody vines 245-78 sites included in liana distribution
analysis 43 vine-host interaction 251-3 vs tropical rainforest, diversity of climbing
plants (table) 9 tendril-climbers 'apheliotropism' 76 climbing mechanisms 82-8, ...
Francis E. Putz, Harold A. Mooney, 1991
... crucial for Eisenstein's concept of mise-en- scène because it marks the
meeting of so many opposites: passivity and activity, darkness and light, concave
and convex space, knowing from within and without, heliotropism and
Ian Christie, Professor Richard Taylor, 2005