10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HYDROTAXIS»
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Animal Behavior Desk Reference: A Dictionary of Animal ...
May, 50). cf modality: magnetoreception geotaxis n. In many kinds of animals.
Volrox species falgae): Taxis with regard to gravity (Lincoln et al. 1985).
heliotaxis See taxis: phototaxis. hydrotaxis tt. Taxis with regard to water or
moisture Lincoln ...
Ecology of Cyanobacteria II: Their Diversity in Space and Time
An unusual and new form of taxis is directed to gradients of water or water
potential and has been termed hydrotaxis (Garcia-Pichel and Pringault 2001;
Pringault and GarciaPichel 2004). Hydrotaxis has been found in a desert crust ...
How to Prepare for the SAT II Biology E/M
(C) Hydrotaxis is the movement response of a simple animal, such as the
earthworm, toward water. 10. (A) In growing upward, a stem may be attracted by
light; this is an example of positive phototropism. The stem is also growing away
TEXTBOOK OF ANIMAL BEHAVIOUR
(1) Hydrotaxis: Response to water, (2) Thermotaxis: Response to temperature, (3)
Phototaxis: Response to light, (4) Thigmotaxis: Response to touch, (5)
Chemotaxis: Response to chemicals, (6) Galvanotaxis: Response to electrical
EZ 101 Biology, 2nd ed.
... for salt or hydrotaxis for water. • Anemotaxis: Locomotion upwind (positive) or
downwind (negative). • Rheotaxis: Swimming upstream (positive) or downstream
(negative). Kineses: Non-oriented locomotion, with no particular direction.
Concise Encyclopedia Biology
Osmotaxis: a special case of chemotaxis or hydrotaxis, in which taxis is
determined by a change in osmolarity. For example, withdrawal of water from one
side of a plant cell leads to negative 0. or positive hydrotaxis of chloroplasts.
Brock Biology of Microorganisms 13th Edition:
In some gliding cyanobacteria an unusual taxis, hydrotaxis (movement toward
water), has also been observed. Hydrotaxis allows gliding cyanobacteria that
inhabit dry environments, such as soils, to glide toward a gradient of increasing ...
Michael T. Madigan , David P. Clark, David Stahl, 2010
Synthetic Surfactant Vesicles: Niosomes and Other ...
... however, that the experimental conditions may not have been sufficiently
optimised. For the effect of hydrotaxis to act on a vesicle suspension all the
excess water must be removed, i.e. by evaporation. In experiments where a huge
volume of ...
A Dictionary for Invertebrate Zoology:
[Gr. hydor, water; stoma, mouth] (CNID: Hy- drozoa) The mouth of a polyp.
hydrotaxis n. [Gr. hydor, water; taxis, arrangement] A taxis in response to a
moisture gradient initiating stimulus. hydrotheca n. [Gr. hydor, water; theke, case]
Handbuch Der Pflanzenphysiologie: Physiologie der ...
Hydrotaxis bei Myxomyceten. Es wurde schon früh erkannt, daß die nackten, der
Transpiration schutzlos ausgesetzten Plasmodien der Schleimpilze sich auf
feuchtere Stellen des Substrates zu bewegen. Die erste diesbezügliche Angabe