The movements and habits of climbing plants
- The movements and habits of climbing plants /
- Washington Square, N.Y.: New York University Press, 1988
- viii, 133 p.: ill.; 25 cm
- (Theworks of Charles Darwin; v. 18)
- Includes index.
- ISBN 0814718078: $95.00
- 듀이십진분류법-> 584/.15041662
- Climbing plants Plants -- Irritability and movements
CHAPTER Ⅰ Twining plants
Introductory remarks-Description of the twining of the hop-Torsion of the stems-Nature of the revolving movement, and manner of ascent-Stems not irritable-Rate of revolution in various plants-Thickness of the support round which plants can twine-Species with revolve in an anomalous manner [1-44] = 1
CHAPTER Ⅱ Leaf-climbers
Plants which climb by the aid of spontaneously revolving and sensitive petioles-Clematis-Tropaeolum-Maurandia, flower-peduncles moving spontaneously and sensitive to a touch-Rhodochiton-Lophospermum, internodes sensitive-Solanum, thickening of the clasped petioles-Fumaria-Adlumia-Plants which climb by the aid of their produced midribs-Gloriosa-Flagellaria-Nepenthes-Summary on leaf-climbers [45-83] = 31
CHAPTER Ⅲ Tendril-bearers
Nature of tendrils-Bignoniaceae, various species of, and their different modes of climbing-Tendrils which avoid the light, and creep into crevices-Development of adhesive discs-Excellent adaptations for seizing different kinds of supports-Polemoniaceae-Cobaea scandens, much branched and／hooked tendrils, their manner of action-Leguminosae-Compositae-Smilaceae-Smilax aspera, its inefficient tendrils-Fumariaceae-Corydalis claviculata, its rate intermediate between that of a leaf-climber and a tendril-bearer [84-126] = 55
CHAPTER Ⅳ Tendril-bearers continued
Cucurbitaceae-Homologous nature of the tendrils-Echinocystis lobata, remarkable movements of the tendrils to avoid seizing the terminal shoot-Tendrils not excited by contact with other tendrils or by drops of water-Undulatory movement of the extremity of the tendril-Hanburya, adherent discs-Vitaceae-Gradation between the flower-peduncles and tendrils of the vine-Tendrils of the Virginian Creeper turn from the light, and after contact, develop adhesive discs-Sapindaceae-Passifloraceae-Passiflora gracilis-Rapid revolving movement and sensitiveness of the tendrils-Spiral contraction of tendrils-Summary of the nature and action of tendrils [127-182] = 82
CHAPTER Ⅴ Hook and root-climbers-Concluding remarks
Plants climbing by the aid of hooks, or merely scrambling over other plants-Root-climbers, adhesive matter secreted by the rootlets-General conclusions with respect to climbing plants, and the stages of their development [183-206] = 116
INDEX = [207-208]／131
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