10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «RHIZOGENOUS»
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fundamental tissue. n, endodennis. ta, air-space. h, hypodermis. p, pericycle. sp,
spiral tracheid. i, rhizogenous cell. pa, parenchyma. st, starchy tissue. ic, inner
fundamental tissue. ph, phloem. I tracheid. icj, inner conjunctive puree- pi,
Johns Hopkins University, 1908
Carnegie Institution of Washington Publication
rI, rootlet. e, epidermis. ist, inner starehy tissue. a, selerenehyma. /, fundamental
tissue. n, endoderiiils. .*<(, air-spaee. h, liypodurmis. p, perieyele. .ip, spiral
tnieheld. t, rhizogenous eell. ;>«, pareneliyma. at, starehy tissue. ie, inner
Notes from the Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh
Fig. 5. — Section radial longitudinal to both stem and root. FlG. 6. — Longitudinal
section of papilla caused by medullary-ray root. Fig. 7. — Rhizogenous medullary
-ray as seen in transverse section of stem. Fig. 8. — Passage of rhizogenous ...
Rootlets are derived from the rhizogenous pericambium situated just within the
endodermal sheath. It is a well-known fact that in the Gramineae this pericambial
sheath is interrupted at the xylem plates, which lie in actual contact with the en- ...
Isaac Bayley Balfour, Roland Thaxter, Vernon Herbert Blackman, 1906
Histogenesis and morphogenesis in the primary root of Zea mays
In 1870 Van Tieghem called these teeth-like cells "les cellules generatrices des
radicelles" or rhizogenous cells and he described five or six cells situated inside
of the rhizogenous cells as phloem cells, the inner of which are larger. He noticed
Phoon Timothy Young, 1933
Journal of the Royal Microscopical Society, Containing Its ...
In Gymnosperms—contrary to what occurs in Monocotylcdons— the primary
cortex does not give rise to any tissue, and it is the rhizogenous layer that
produces a secondary parenchyma towards the interior, the bark towards the
Sir Frank Crisp, Francis Jeffrey Bell, Alfred William Bennett, 1881
Journal of the Royal Microscopical Society
It is limited by an evident bundle-sheath and has a regular pericambium, but the
wood consists only of a single trochoid in contact with the rhizogenous layer ; the
rest of the bundle consists of 8 to 10 uniform phloem elements with thin walls.
Academic Press Dictionary of Science and Technology
Also, RHIZOGENOUS. rhizogenous see rhizogenic. Rhizogoniaceae Botany, a
family of lustrous mosses of the order Bryales that form tufts or mats in rock
crevices and on tree bases, rotting logs, and humus; characterized by tomentose
Christopher G. Morris, 1992
Blue-green Algae and Rice
Water-soluble products from 8 Calothrix spp., Anabaena sp., and a Stratonostoc
sp. had a rhizogenous effect and stimulated plants organs (127). Presoaking of
rice seedlings in extracts of Phormidium (a non-N 2-fixing BGA) has been shown
P. A. Roger, S. A. Kulasooriya, 1980
Notes from the Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh ...
FIG. 7.——Rhizogenous medullary-ray as seen in transverse section of stem. FIG
. 8.—Passage of rhizogenous medullary-ray through cambium of mother stem.
FIG. 9.—Axis cylinder of rhizogenous medullary-ray root in transverse section.
Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh, 1903