TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «HYPONASTY»
The term «hyponasty» is barely ever used and occupies the 199.403
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HYPONASTY»
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The Power of Movement in Plants
along the lower side of a part, which is thus caused to bend downwards-, and
hyponasty is used for the reversed process, by which the part is made to bend
upwards. These actions eoiue into play so frequently that the use of the above
Responses to high temperature include rapid extension of plant axes, leaf
hyponasty, and early flowering [1, 2]. These phenotypes parallel plant responses
to the threat of vegetational shade and have been shown to involve the hormone
Comprehensive MCQs in Biology
Closure of the flower and drooping of the bud of poppy are examples of (a)
Hyponasty and epinasty (6) Epinasty and hyponasty (c) Hyponasty only (d)
Epinasty only. 29. A clinostat is associated with (a) Turgor movements (6)
Measurement of ...
Hemant Roy Sri, Shri Hemant Roy
Comprehensive Objective Biology
Hyponasty. When abaxial side grows more rapidly than adaxial side, the
curvature is called hyponasty. It results in upward curling. MORE GROWTH LESS
GROWTH MORE GROWTH LESS GROWTH HYPONASTY EPINASTY Fig. 5.6-
Modern Plant Physiology
It results due to unequal growth on two faces of an organ. When growth occurs
more on upper surface it is called epinasty and when the growth is more on lower
surface it is called hyponasty. Examples of the former type is opening of flowers, ...
At first, the leaf primordium grows by producing more cells, and it exhibits
hyponasty by more rapid growth of its lower side, which becomes convex, while
its upper side becomes concave. As a re- sult, the young, developing leaf cups ...
Dov Koller, Elizabeth Van Volkenburgh, 2011
Principles of Plant Physiology
EPINASTY AND HYPONASTY As already mentioned, the terms epinasty and
hyponasty were introduced by De Vries to indicate the more rapid growth of the
upper and lower sides respectively of an organ, which thus results in a curvature
Similarly, if there is more growth on the lower or outer side, the phenomenon is
called hyponasty. The flower bud of poppy becomes inverted due to epinasty but
the flower once again becomes upright due to hyponasty. In the same way, the ...
Acyclic Hydrocarbons: Advances in Research and Application: ...
Rumex palustris is one such species and manages to outgrow the water, and
thus restore contact with the atmosphere, through upward leaf growth (hyponasty
) followed by strongly enhanced petiole elongation,” scientists in Utrecht, ...
Wetlands: Functioning, Biodiversity Conservation, and ...
2.5 Diagrammatic summary of the response network of events and factors linking
perception of ethylExpansin gene ABA decrease Lowerapoplastic pH Hyponasty-
mediated gravity component Expansin gene ABA decrease Lowerapoplastic ...
Roland Bobbink, Boudewijn Beltman, Jos T.A. Verhoeven, 2007