TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «PROTONEMATAL»
The term «protonematal» is used very little and occupies the 165.596
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PROTONEMATAL»
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Bryophyte Ecology and Climate Change
Owing to zero-inflation and overdispersion, final protonematal area and total
protonematal bud counts required the use of the Tweedie and negative binomial
distributions, respectively. The negative binomial distribution is commonly used
Zoltán Tuba, Nancy G. Slack, Lloyd R. Stark, 2011
Fundamentals of Botany Vol-1
The distal small cell then divides to form a rhizoidal initial and a protonematal
initial. The rhizoidal initial grows into colourless filamentous rhizoids. The
protonematal initial is then differentiated into nodes and internodes and develops
Illustrated Moss Flora of Arctic North America and ...
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Protonematal appendages often seen, oblanceolate- spatulate, 0.2-1.2 mm long (
in arctic material), with mucronate points of large apical cells, bistratose centrally,
Lower stems produced a dense rhizoidal mat, with a few rhizoids displaying
positively phototropic protonematal branches that sometimes reach the canopy of
the colony. Our observations suggest that what we saw in culture on the peat
Corley and Perry (1985) have been unable to find rhizoidal gemmae in British
records, but reported the occurrence of protonematal gemmae obtained in culture
by H. L. K. Whitehouse (Cambridge). A description and illustration of the ...
Annual Plant Reviews, The Evolution of Plant Form
Vegetative diaspores can occur on any of the organs of the leafy gametophore
and as early as the protonematal phase (Imura & Iwatsuki 1990; Newton &
Mishler 1994). Foliar gemmae may originate from any part of the leaf, but are
Barbara A. Ambrose, Michael D. Purugganan, 2012
The Physiology of Characean Cells
sterile processes swollen spiral d b a c cells coronula oogonia oogonia
Protonematal whorl fertile heads stalk (stipe) sexual axis branchlets
Protonematal internode Fig. 1.10 Tolypella glomerata(t798). (a) Whole plant
showing basal axis, first ...
Mary J. Beilby, Michelle T. Casanova, 2013
Publications of the Hartley Botanical Laboratories
47. PHLOEOSPORA BRACHIATA Born. Fig. 45 — Transverse section of the
lhallus of Rhodymenia palmata. Protonematal cells. Fig. 46 — Dissection of
young germling. X 1800. Fig. 47 — Dissection of young germling. X 2000. 2000.
University of Liverpool. Hartley Botanical Laboratories, 1933
Mosses of Eastern North America
Brit. Bryol. Soe. 4:389-403, 1963). In nature, rhizoidal and protonematal buds
have undoubted significance in multiplication and dispersal and also in
persistence through periods unfavorable for growth. Lazarenko (Ukrain. Bot.
Zhum. 16:55-64 ...
Howard Alvin Crum, Lewis Edward Anderson, 1981
American journal of botany
The average daily germination of 100 spores of each population under each
condition was noted in terms of swelling of the spore, cracked exospore, or the
number of protonematal cells. Spores of four populations of Weissia were