2 edition of Electrical control of rhizoid formation in the red Alga, Griffithsia bornetiana found in the catalog.
Electrical control of rhizoid formation in the red Alga, Griffithsia bornetiana
in [New York
Written in English
|Statement||by Victor Schechter.|
|LC Classifications||QK565 .S25 1934|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 p. l., 21 p., 1 l. incl. 1 illus., tables, diagrs.|
|Number of Pages||21|
|LC Control Number||34042157|
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Direct galvanic current of 10 to 40 microamperes per square millimeter of cross-section of medium results in anodal determination of rhizoid origin in the differentiated cells of the red alga Griffithsia current is most effective near the upper end of the by: Electrical control of rhizoid formation in the red alga, Griffithsia borne-tiana.
gen. Physiol. –21 (). PubMed CrossRef Google Scholar. Schechter, V.: The effect of centrifuging on the polarity of an alga, Griffithsia bornetiana.
Biol. Bull. 68 Wardlaw C.W. () General physiological problems of embryogenesis in plants. In Cited by: 6. Thus in the fertilized egg of the alga Fucus the plane of the first division sets apart the anchoring portion and the rhizoid from the free thallus, and in a typical vascular plant there is a major axis with the root at one end, the shoot at the other, and lateral appendages — leaves, branches and secondary roots — symmetrically arranged Cited by: Rhizoid, a short, thin filament found in fungi and in certain plants and sponges that anchors the growing (vegetative) body of the organism to a substratum and that is capable of absorbing nutrients.
In fungi, the rhizoid is found in the thallus and resembles a root. It may serve either as a. The nature of the control of organic polarity by the electric current Article in Journal of Experimental Zoology 41(2) - May with 14 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
In fungi, rhizoids are located in the thallus, which is the body of cells that make up the organism. The thallus is a structure in the plant kingdom that lacks specialized components such as leaves or a stem. In several species, the rhizoid serves an additional purpose beyond nutrient absorption by anchoring the thallus to the substratum.
To imagine how a rhizoid works, think of a tiny coffee stirrer or straw. If you place one in water, you will see the water slowly move upward inside of it.
This is how a rhizoid works. Any amount. Start studying Chapter 22 Biology 2 study guide. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Phycobilisomes in Griffithsia pacifica are closely spaced on the thylakoid membrane.
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Donna Devlin1, Ed Proffitt1, Glenn Coldren1 & Eric Milbrandt2 1 Florida Atlantic University 2 Sanibel Captiva Conservation Size: 1MB. Other articles where Rhizocephala is discussed: crustacean: Annotated classification: Order Rhizocephala Parasites on other crustaceans, mostly decapods; larvae typical nauplii and cyprids; adults ramify inside hosts and produce 1 or more reproductive bodies outside the host; marine; about species.
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