The Integration of Plant Behaviour. III.--The Effect of Gravity on the Growth of Roots

@article{Keeble1931TheIO,
  title={The Integration of Plant Behaviour. III.--The Effect of Gravity on the Growth of Roots},
  author={F. Keeble and M. Nelson and R. Snow},
  journal={Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences},
  year={1931},
  volume={108},
  pages={360-365}
}
The question whether the transverse stimulus of gravity affects the rate of growth of various parts of plants has been often investigated, but with results that are in part very contradictory. For a convenient discussion of the results obtained up to 1925, reference may be made to a paper by Gradmann (1925, p. 237). More recently Dolk (1929) has obtained automatic records of the growth of Avena coleeptiles when rotated on the horizontal axis of the clinostat and when placed vertical. His… Expand
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