10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «NYCTITROPIC»
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Journal of the Royal Microscopical Society
In the epidermal cell from which the hair springs, the nucleus has usually a
roundish form, and is situated Nyctitropic Movements.* — Herr L. Jost
supplements his previous observations on nyctitropic movements in plants with
the following ...
The Power of Movement in Plants
Mimosa albida, circuninutation an<l nyctitropic movement of piunaa, 402 ,
number of ellipses described in given time, 406 , effect of bright sunshine on
leaflets, 446 Mirabilis jalapa and longiflora-. nocturnal movements of cotyledons,
Charles Darwin, Sir Francis Darwin, 1897
Works of Charles Darwin: The power of movement in plants
Cassia, nyctitropic movement of leaves, 374. Cassia Barclay/aaa, nocturnal
movement of leaves, 377. slight movement of leaflets, Y 407. —— calliantha,
uninjured by exposure at night, 292, 1:. i, nyctitropic movement of leaves, 37 6.
The American Annual Cyclopedia and Register of Important ...
when they are going to sleep at night and unfolding in the morning. The
nyctitropic movements of leaves and cotyledons are exceedingly complex and
are wonderfully diversified. The position which they all assume at night is one by
Appletons' Annual Cyclopedia and Register of Important ...
The nyctitropic movements of leaves and cotyledons are exceedingly complex
and are wonderfully diversified. The position which they all assume at night is
one by which they are well protected from the effects of radiation into the open
Contributions from the Botanical Laboratory of the ...
349) examined eleven species of Trifolium and found that nearly every one
showed nyctitropic movement in its leaves and also in the cotyledons in some of
them. The paraheliotropic response is well illustrated in some of these more
Contributions from the Botanical Laboratory and the Morris ...
University of Pennsylvania. Botanical Laboratory. Explanation of Plates Plate
LVIII Cassia nictitans showing the expanded day position of the leaves. Cassia
nictitans. Leaves in nyctitropic position. The leaves have dropped and the leaflets
University of Pennsylvania. Botanical Laboratory, 1919
Annals of the Royal Botanic Garden, Calcutta ...
The movements which are executed by the leaves of Mimosa pudica are
exceptional and peculiar as compared with any occurring among nyctitropic
leaves in temperate regions ; but in any region in which Neptunia oleracea
occurs, or in ...
Royal Botanic Garden, Calcutta, 1907
Lectures on the Physiology of Plants
50), 434 ; of nyctitropic movement of Averrhoa (Fig. 58), 540; of retarding effect of
light on growth (Fig. 43), 395 Curvature of organs, mechanism of, in multicellular
organs, 579; in unicellular organs, 581 Cuscuta, formation of haustoria of, 411 ...
Trees, a Handbook of Forest Botany for the Woodlands and the ...
Some of the most important of these variations are again traced to the action of
light varying in intensity from hour to hour, and since the nocturnal variations are
most pronounced, these sleep- movements are often called nyctitropic. As the ...
Harry Marshall Ward, 1904