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1993. Evidence for the involvement in of jasmonates and their octadecanoid precursors in the tendril coiling response of Bryonia dioica. Phytochemistry 32:591–600. 2 Origin and Dissemination of Almond Thomas M. Gradziel Department of Plant Sciences University of California Davis, CA 95616, USA I. INTRODUCTION II. CLASSIFICATION A. Botanical B. Horticultural III. WILD BADAM IV. CULTIVATED GREEK NUT V. OLD WORLD DISSEMINATION A. Asiatic Stage B. Mediterranean Stage VI. NEW WORLD DISSEMINATION VII.
This negative phototropism is called skototropism. However, when the vine reaches the support, the plant changes in morphology to facilitate climbing, and leaf and stem development are altered in anticipation of being able toconduct photosynthesis, indicating that successfully encountering a support triggers a new growth form. A very interesting and simple study showed how a single species responded to variation in colors of the support (Price and Wilcut 2007). These authors compared the ability of morning glory plants to grow toward poles of different colors and toward maize plants.
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