Related formsdor·si·ven·tral·i·ty, noundor·si·ven·tral·ly, adverb
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Thick lines represent the more excitable side of an anisotropic or dorsiventral organ.
In Monocotyledons a similar advance from hypogyny to epigyny is observed, and from the dorsiventral to the radial type of flower.
A stimulus will be called lateral when it acts on either the right or left flank of a dorsiventral organ.
A dorsiventral organ, moreover, exhibits a torsional movement under lateral stimulus of gravity.
They act on organs which exhibit all degrees of physiological differentiation, from the radial to the dorsiventral.