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Francis Darwin
This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 570 pages of information about The Power of Movement in Plants.

Strasburger, on the effect of light on spores of Haematococcus, 455, n.; the influence of light on the swarm-spores, 488.

Strawberry, stolons of the, circumnutate, but not affected by moderate light, 454

Strephium floribundum, circumnutation and nyctitropic movement of leaves, 391, 392

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Tamarindus Indica, nyctitropic movement of leaflets, 374

Transversal — heliotropismus (of Frank) or diaheliotropism, 438

Trapa natans, unequal cotyledons, 95, n.

Tecoma radicans, stems apheliotropic, 451

Tephrosia caribaea, 354

Terminology, 5

Thalia dealbata, sleep of leaves, 389
—­, lateral movement of leaves, 404

Trichosanthes anguina, action of the peg on the radicle, 104 —­, nocturnal movement of cotyledons, 304

Trifolium, position of terminal leaflets at night, 282 —­ globosum, with hairs protecting the seed-bearing flowers, 517 —­ glomeratum, movement of cotyledons, 309 —­ incarnatum, movement of cotyledons, 309 —­ Pannonicum, shape of first true leaf, 350, 415 Trifolium pratense, leaves exposed at night, 293 —­ repens, circumnutation of flower-stem, 225 —­, circumnutating and epinastic movements of flower-stem, 276-279 —­, nyctitropic movement of leaves, 349 —­, circumnutation and nyctitropic movements of terminal leaflets, 352, 353 —­, sleep movements, 349 —­ resupinatum, no pulvini to cotyledons, 118 —­, circumnutation of stem, 204 —­, effect of exposure at night, 295 —­, cotyledons not rising at night, 118, 309 —­, circumnutation and nyctitropic movements of terminal leaflets, 351, 352 —­ strictum, movements of cotyledons at night, 116, 118 —­, nocturnal and diurnal movements of cotyledons, 309-311, 313 —­, movement of the left-hand cotyledon, 316 —­ subterraneum, movement of flower-heads, 71 —­, of cotyledons at night, 116, 118, 309 —­, circumnutation of flower-stem, 224, 225 —­, circumnutation and nyctitropic movements of leaves, 350 —­, number of ellipses in 24 hours, 405 —­, burying its flower-heads, 513, 514 —­, downward movement of peduncle, 515 —­, circumnutating movement of peduncle, 516

Trigonella Cretica, sleep of leaves, 345

Triticum repens, underground shoots of, become apogeotropic, 189 [page 591]

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Triticum vulgare, sensitiveness of tips of radicle to moist air, 184

Tropaeolum majus (?), sensitiveness of apex of radicle to contact, 167 —­, circumnutation of stem, 204 —­, influence of illumination on nyctitropic movements, 338-340, 344 —­, heliotropic movement and circumnutation of epicotyl of a young seedling, 428, 429 —­, of an old internode towards a lateral light, 430 —­, stems of very young plants highly heliotropic, of old plants slightly apheliotropic, 453 —­, effect of lateral light, 484 —­ minus (?), circumnutation of buried and arched epicotyl, 27

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