Heteroblasty—A Review

Abstract

Virtually all plants show a certain degree of variation among individual metamers during ontogeny. In some cases, however, there are abrupt and substantial changes in form and function (e.g. in leaf form, leaf size, phyllotaxy, internode length, anthocyanin pigmentation, rooting ability, or wood structure). These plants were called “heteroblastic” by Karl… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s12229-010-9062-8

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@article{Zotz2010HeteroblastyAR, title={Heteroblasty—A Review}, author={Gerhard Zotz and Kerstin Wilhelm and Annette Becker}, journal={The Botanical Review}, year={2010}, volume={77}, pages={109-151} }