|Statement||edited by J. G. Torrey and D. T. Clarkson.|
|Contributions||Torrey, John G., Clarkson, David T., Harvard University. Maria Moors Cabot Foundation for Botanical Research.|
|LC Classifications||QK644 .D48|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 618 p. :|
|Number of Pages||618|
|LC Control Number||75015351|
First published in this book looks at root development and functions. Besides affecting the development of roots directly, the physical environment also influences the . Roots and Root Systems The sizeof root systems has been studied extensively and described by Wea-ver (, ), Weaver and Bruner (), and others in the United States and by Kutschera () in Europe. However, the physiology of roots received lessattention until recently, at least partly because they are usually underground. New understandings about roots gained in the post-genomic era, for example, how the development of roots became possible, and the genetic basis required for this to occur The mechanisms that determine root structure, with chapters on cellular patterning, lateral root and vascular development, the molecular basis of adventitious roots, and other Reviews: 2. Of course, the connection of roots with the rest of the plant is not forgotten either. This wide variety of disciplines is now coupled with the development of increasingly sophisticated experimental techniques to study some of these old problems. These factors undoubtedly contribute to the necessity of continuing the tradition of the root symposia.
I expect Peter Gregory's very informative book to become the subject's standard text and in the possession of anyone interested in how roots grow and function." Experimental Agriculture "This marvelous book attempts to cover all aspects of plant root growth. This is a daunting task, but Professor Gregory has been very successful.". New understandings about roots gained in the post-genomic era, for example, how the development of roots became possible, and the genetic basis required for this to occur The mechanisms that determine root structure, with chapters on cellular patterning, lateral root and vascular development, the molecular basis of adventitious roots, and other. Various plants have different types of roots. A taproot is a root that grows straight downward and has strong lateral roots growing out of it. Dicots often have taproots. A fibrous root system, consisting of slender, branching roots, occurs in most monocots. Adventitious roots occur on the stems or leaves of some plants, such as corn. Roots: The Saga of an American Family = Roots, Alex Haley Roots: The Saga of an American Family is a novel written by Alex Haley and first published in Roots tells the story of Kunta Kinte—a young man taken from the Gambia when he was seventeen and sold as a slave—and seven generations of his descendants in the United States/5(K).
Arabidopsis harbors 32 CLE genes (Fig. 2 and Table 1).Among them, CLV3 and CLE40 are responsible for the maintenance of the SAM and the functioning of the root apical meristem (RAM), and they achieve this by regulating the expression of the homeodomain transcription factors, WUSCHEL (WUS) and WUSCHEL-related homeobox 5 (WOX5), respectively (Fig. 3a).The CLE-WOX signaling . The cellular organization of roots and its response to the physical environment P.W. Barlow; 2. Functional aspects of cells in root apices W. J. Lucas; 4. Selected aspects of the structure and development of field-grown roots with special reference to maize Margaret E. McCully; 5. Function of root tissues in nutrient and water transport M. C. The Roots and Meaning of Mentoring Belle Rose Ragins explored the impact of mentoring on men’s development in his seminal book The Seasons of a Man’s y thereafter, Kathy Kram () published Mentoring of a specific function in a given relationship. The . Proteoid roots tend to form where nutrients are likely to become available. In the field, Banksia prionotes proteoid roots form a dense mat in the organic matter layer on the surface of sandy soils, where they take up greater amounts of P, N, and micronutrients than the .