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of leaves or flowers

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The initiation and differentiation of secondary branches may be acropetal, basipetal or amphipetal.
22-23) and established vascular connection with the root by acropetal and basipetal differentiation of vascular tissues (Fig.
Genotypic differences in aluminum resistance of maize are expressed in the distal part f the transition zone: is reduced basipetal auxin flow involved in inhibition of roots elongation by aluminum?
Taxonomically, basipetal maturation characterizes Panicoideae and Ehrhartoideae, whereas acropetal maturation is common in Pooideae and Chloridoideae.
01) basipetal increase in internode weight was the general pattern for both cultivars (Fig.
The phenomenon of root gravitropic curvature is a three part process: gravity perception in the cap via a starch statolith-based gravisensor; signal transduction resulting in the modification of basipetal auxin flux patterns; and downward curvature due to differential growth rates on the upper and lower root surfaces.
These data suggest a model in which basipetal auxin transport from a leaf either blocks movement of a growth-stimulatory signal (possibly cytokinin in nature) or initiates a movement of a growth inhibitory signal into the leaf from lower plant organs.
In most entire-margined species, leaf maturation progresses in a basipetal direction; the tip of the leaf matures first, becoming photosynthetically active, followed by gradual tissue maturation toward the base of the leaf (Turgeon 1989).
It was, however, established that after the application of Vit D, or IBA a relationship exists between rhizogenesis and the number of leaves left on the cutting after the treatment, Vit D, has no effect on the basipetal transport of sucrose suggesting that the mechanism may involve IBA (Pythoud et al.
O shinning and paleness (-P), basipetal necrosis (-K), irregular depressions (-Mg), light chlorosis (-Ca), and paleness and basal compactation (-S).
Sorghum panicles have a basipetal anthesis pattern (Doggett, 1970; Heiniger et al.
In canola, flowering takes place in acropetal succession, while branching takes place in basipetal succession (Mendham and Salisbury, 1995).