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Nowa hipoteza wzrostu promieniowego i przebudowy kambium waskularnego roślin drzewiastych.

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The new hypothesis of radial growth and rearrangement of vascular cambium of arborescent plants.
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Ogólnie przyjęty sposób opisu wzrostu promieniowego i przebudowy układu inicjałów kambium waskularnego nie wyjaśnia wystarczająco współwystępowania oraz roli takich zdarzeń, jak wzrost intruzywny i eliminacje inicjałów, a także procesu tworzenia struktury piętrowej oraz szybkiej zmiany orientacji inicjałów kambium. W niniejszym artykule poddano analizie udział wymienionych procesów komórkowych we wzroście promieniowym i obwodowym kambium oraz w przebudowie układu inicjałów, w oparciu o klasyczne, jak i najnowsze doniesienia. Przedstawiono podstawowe założenia nowej, tigmo-osmotycznej hipotezy wzrostu promieniowego, wyjaśniającej w spójny sposób występowanie wzrostu intruzywnego inicjałów jako zasadniczego mechanizmu przebudowy układu komórek kambium. Obserwacje ostatnich kilkunastu lat wskazują na występowanie wzrostu intruzywnego pomiędzy ścianami stycznymi, a nie promieniowymi, co było powszechnie przyjęte. Taka lokalizacja wzrostu intruzywnego wyjaśnia, dlaczego wzrost intruzywny i eliminacje są dwoma przejawami tego samego procesu. W przeciwieństwie do powszechnie przyjętego poglądu zarówno wzrost intruzywny, jak i eliminacje, nie biorą udziału we wzroście obwodowym i są związane wyłącznie z przebudową układu inicjałów kambium.
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The common description of radial growth and vascular cambial initials' rearrangement does not sufficiently explain the co-occurrence and the role of cell events, such as intrusive growth and elimination of initials, as well as formation of storeyed pattern and rapid changes in orientation of cambial initials. In this paper participation of such cell events in radial and circumferential growth of cambium and in cambial initials' rearrangement is analyzed on the basis of both classic and recent reports. There are presented basic assumptions of the new, tigmo-osmotic hypothesis of radial growth, which explains in a coherent way the occurrence of intrusive growth of initials, being the key mechanism of cambial initials' rearrangement. Observations from last several years indicate the occurrence of intrusive growth between tangential walls, instead of radial ones - what has been commonly accepted. The new localization of intrusive growth explains why the intrusive growth and eliminations are two manifestations of the same process. Contrary to general opinion, neither intrusive growth nor eliminations do not take part in cambial circumference increment and are related with cambial initials' rearrangement exclusively.
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63
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4
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591-601
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2014
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  • Samodzielna Katedra Biosystematyki, Uniwersytet Opolski, Oleska 22, 40-052 Opole, Polska
  • Samodzielna Katedra Biosystematyki, Uniwersytet Opolski, Oleska 22, 40-052 Opole, Polska
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  • Samodzielna Katedra Biosystematyki, Uniwersytet Opolski, Oleska 22, 40-052 Opole, Polska
  • Samodzielna Katedra Biosystematyki, Uniwersytet Opolski, Oleska 22, 40-052 Opole, Polska
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