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Movement of Pulvinated Leaves

  • Wolfgang Hensel
Conference paper
Part of the Progress in Botany/Fortschritte der Botanik book series (BOTANY, volume 49)

Abstract

HAUPT, in the 1982 issue of Progress in Botany reviewed the current literature on turgor-mediated movements. But in spite of considerable progress in research since then, the mechanism of leaf movement is still not completely understood. Complexity of the organ and the tissues involved impede the analysis of a structure-function relationship. Besides circadian rhythm several physical and chemical stimuli induce a response of the same motor organs, complicating the evaluation of the regulatory properties of the system. For some recent results on leaf movements as an ecophysiological adaptation, see e.g. LUDLOW and BJÖRKMAN (1984); protective mechanism against heat stress), WERK and EHLERINGER (1984; compass plant Lactuca serriola L.) and SCHWARTZ and KOLLER (1986; sun tracking).

Keywords

Leaf Movement Motor Cell Motor Organ Proton Efflux Flexor Cell 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Wolfgang Hensel
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  1. 1.Botanisches Institutder UniversitätBonn 1Germany

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