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Minimum areas and leaf determination
  • M. Snow, G. Snow
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Proceedings of the Royal Society of London…
  • 10 July 1952
In shoot apices of Lupinus albus the greater part of the presumptive area of I2, the leaf due to arise next but one, was confined between vertical radial cuts as nearly as possible 100° apart. NoExpand
A theory of the regulation of phyllotaxis based on Lupinus albus
  • M. Snow, G. Snow
  • Biology
  • Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society…
  • 28 February 1962
A theory is proposed to account for the exact regulation of phyllotaxis systems. It is consistent with a space-filling or packing interpretation of phyllotaxis, and is based on evidence showing that,Expand
The Impact of Climate Change on Human Health
Climate change is impacting human health. An obvious effect of a warmer environment is more frequent and severe heat waves. During the European heat wave of 2003, there were an estimated 35,000 moreExpand
Modeling, monitoring, and mitigating sea level rise
Purpose – This paper aims to discuss rising sea levels at the global, regional, and community scale and illustrate the necessity for public comprehension and involvement. It also aims to demonstrateExpand
Experiments on Phyllotaxis. I. The Effect of Isolating a Primordium
Theories concerning the causes of phyllotaxis may be divided conveniently into two groups. According to those of the first group, the arrangement of the leaves depends upon some unknown properties ofExpand
THE DORSIVENTRALITY OF LEAF PRIMORDIA
summary When in shoot apices of potatoes the presumptive area of I1, the next leaf due to arise, or of 12, was isolated from the growing-point by a vertical cut, the isolated pieces regularly formedExpand
Experiments on the Cause of Dorsiventrality in Leaves
SUSSEX1 has reported that in apices of potato shoots the presumptive area of I1, the next leaf due to arise, develops into a centric leaf, having the shape of a narrow cone, if isolated from the restExpand
ON THE DETERMINATION OE LEAVES
AUXIN AND LEAF FORMATION
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