This volume emphasizes the involvement of all facets of biology in the analysis of environmentally controlled movement responses. This includes biophysics, biochemistry, molecular biology and as an integral part of any approach to a closer understanding, physiology. The initial euphoria about molecular biology as the final solution for any problem has dwindled and the field agrees now that only the combined efforts of all facets of biology will at some day answer the question posed more than hundred years ago: qHow can plants see?q. One conclusion can be drawn from the current knowledge as summarized in this volume. The answer will most likely not be the same for all systems.Handbook of Sensory Physiology (Vol. ... Phycomyces: Analysis using manual techniques and an automatic machine which precisely tracks and measures growth during ... M. Erata, M. Kubota, T. Takahashi, I. Inouye, M. Watanabe (1995 ).
|Author||:||D.-P. Häder, M. Lebert|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier - 2001-06-19|