By Y. Couder (auth.), Vincent Fleury, Jean-François Gouyet, Marc Léonetti (eds.)
There's expanding proof that branching methods in nature continue through comparable mechanisms in lots of probably diversified structures. this is often the 1st complete publication facing this subject - it encompasses all fields of technology, investigating branching morphogenesis and development formation in cells, crops, organs and river networks to call yet a couple of. well known overseas researchers have contributed to this quantity and brought care that the lectures stay available to graduate scholars and nonspecialist researchers.
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Bottom 1eft: the Nypa pa1m is creeping, with apica1 branching. Bottom right: the tropica1 vine Flagellaria . way out through the parent root cortex. Branching proceeds from inside and is called endogenous (Fig. 7). Within lateral branching two types have to be distinguished, continuous and rhythmic branching. 7. CONTINUOUS VB. RHYTHMIC BRANCHING Figure 6 gives an example of continuous branching in the Coffee-tree. The continuous growth of the vertical axis results in the regular disposition of leaves along this axis.
Branching in Nature: Dynamics and Morphogenesis of Branching Structures, from Cell to River Networks by Y. Couder (auth.), Vincent Fleury, Jean-François Gouyet, Marc Léonetti (eds.)