TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «AUTOPHYTIC»
The term «autophytic» is normally little used and occupies the 148.267
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «AUTOPHYTIC»
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Simon & Schuster Super Crossword Puzzle Dictionary And ...
... 12 self-reliance; 13 self-direction; 14 self-government; 15 self-sufficiency
autophyte: 9 autotroph; 15 autophytic plant; 19 autotrophic organism autophytic:
11 autotrophic autopsy: 2 PM; 8 necropsy; 10 postmortem autoptical: 7 evident, ...
Seth Godin, Lark Productions LLC, Seth Godin Productions, 1999
Encyclopedia of Biology
Don Rittner, Timothy Lee McCabe. autophytic 31 energy stored across the
photosynthetic membrane (a hydrogen-ion concentration gradient) to add
inorganic phosphate to ADP, thereby creating ATP. This allows hydrogen ions (
H+) to diffuse ...
Don Rittner, Timothy Lee McCabe, 2009
Botany For Degree Pteridophyta
(b) Gametophyte It is quite independent from the sporophyte and may be
autophytic or saprophytic or partly autophytic and partly saprophytic. It is
markedly dissimilar from the sporophyte. The homosporous pteridophytes
generally have ...
Biodiversity in Ecosystems: Principles and Case Studies of ...
It is composed of an autophytic/autozooic and an environmental dimension. The
autophytic/autozooic dimension comprises the phylogenetically acquired
morphological and physiological (for animals also ethological) characteristics of
Botany, an Introduction to Plant Science
... roots and leaves, also scales Autophytic Autophytic Simple vascular system
Simple vascular system Autophytic Simple vascular system but vessels are
present One type of sporgangia One type of sporangia Megasporangia
Wilfred William Robbins, Thomas Elliot Weier, C. Ralph Stocking, 1964
Here, the parasite is a valuable tree and so "its further degeneracy has to be
completely prevented so as to keep it as nearly autophytic as possible"31. He
considers that parasitism in sandal had been carried to a varying degree from
being an ...
been mere chance at first, then increased perhaps by the greater ease of one
species as against its neighbors in getting its food, or to the failure to get food
without some such reciprocal relation. The inference that this non-autophytic
habit is ...
A Textbook of Botany for Colleges and Universities: Ecology
Whatever may be said of the fungi, the parasitic seed plants obviously form a
series of disconnected groups, each of which is more or less clearly related to
some autophytic group, near whose level the parasitic group in question
John Merle Coulter, Charles Reid Barnes, Henry Chandler Cowles, 1911
Contributions, Brooklyn Botanic Garden
The inference that this non-autophytic habit is due to isolation and consequent
necessity of seeking other than “regular” methods of getting food, in a region,
perhaps ancestrally offering an inaccessible food supply, may not be without ...
Brooklyn Botanic Garden, 1921
Competition Science Vision
The multinucleate and aseptate hypha of Rhizobium is known as — (A)
Coenocytic (B) Autophytic (C) Epiphytic (D) Parasitic 31 . Jumping genes occur in
— (A) Bacteriophages (B) Bacteria (C) Both eukaryotes and prokaryotes (D)