Our study showed that activity of CbCOR15 promoter can be induced greatly in all tissues, which includes seedlings, rosette leaves, cauline
leaves, inflorescence and siliques.
leaf 1, in the distal third of the stem, bracteiform, 3.
Stem diversity, cauline
domatia, and the evolution of ant-plant associations in Piper sect.
It is a short rhizomatous perennial, 3-7 cm tall, and easily separated from other species in Arizona by its often purplish, lyrate basal leaf blades, gradually reduced cauline
leaves, and usually solitary heads (Trock, 2006).
The red radiation generally promotes shoot elongation, as it is absorbed by phytochromes that are responsible for positive photoblastic seed germination, cauline
growth and photoperiodic control of flowering (MAJEROWICZ & PERES, 2008).
2007) observed that in an ombrophilous Atlantic forest the biggest amount of cauline
elements was collected right after the first rains after the dry season.
leaves are in two to three pairs and sessile, whereas radical leaves are in groups and petiolated (Amatya and Sthapit 1994).
Ernst, 1964:7)described the leaves of Berberis as "simple usually fascicled in the axil of a simple or branched cauline
This species has the largest cauline
leaves of the scariosa varieties, 2 to 5 cm wide, which differentiates it from the eastern L.
Leaves basal and cauline
, the lowest with much reduced blades, 3-ranked; sheath present, glabrous to pubescent; blades usually well developed, linear to filiform, midvein prominent; contra-ligule usually prolonged beyond top of sheath.
Leaf simple opposite, decussate, cauline
, exstipulate, petiole short, flattened, glabrous, pulvinous to sheathing base Flower bisexual, typically zygomorphic, complete, erect, sessile, hypogynous.
5 cm long, strongly cuspidate; basal leaves petiolate, narrow linear-oblanceolate to oblong-obovate, pinnatifid-dentate, undulate; cauline
ones shortly petiolate to sessile .