Definición de thermotropism en inglés:

thermotropism

Silabificación: ther·mot·ro·pism
Pronunciación: /THərˈmätrəˌpizəm
 
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sustantivo

Biology
  • The turning or bending of a plant or other organism in response to a directional source of heat.
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • Whether thermotropism would explain the observed relative preference of this parasite for chickens, which have a slightly higher body temperature than guinea pigs, remains to be determined.
    • It appears to be a case of thermotropism, where the flower buds sense the cold downdraft of a thunderstorm and constrict before the drowning rain arrives.
    • It is proposed that these and related mechanosensitive channels may participate in a variety of responses to temperature, including thermotropism, hydrotropism, and both cold damage and cold acclimation.

Derivativos

thermotropic

Pronunciación: /ˌTHərməˈtrōpik, -ˈträpik/
adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • As noted above, the thermotropic phase behavior of these lipids changes after the low-temperature incubation protocol is applied.
  • Differential scanning calorimetry was utilized to assess the impact of the fluorescent probes on the thermotropic phase behavior of the studied lipid membranes.
  • Our data also show that the thermotropic phase behavior of these lipid dispersions changes after prolonged periods of low-temperature incubation.

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