But in setaria we meet with certain characteristics of reaction which are quite inexplicable.
The plant in question is a grass, setaria, which has a p. 46remarkable form of seedling.
A rarer grass still, "setaria glauca," once turned up in a cucumber frame.
Scitamineæ 2, Panicum curvatum, setaria glauca, Swertia angustifolia!
Hence considerable doubt may be entertained as regards the supposed absence of perception in the hypocotyl of setaria.
The belief that the hypocotyl of setaria is incapable of perceiving stimulus is thus without any foundation.
Various species of foxtail (setaria) dominated most roadsides in the vicinity of the Reservation.
Foxtail (setaria glauca), false redtop (Triodia flava), and panic grass (Panicum clandestinum) also occur commonly.
That the motile organ in setaria is totally devoid of perception, since direct action of light induces no effect.
These differentiations are shown in a striking manner by certain Paniceae, setaria for example.