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Memory and Learning in Plants

Baluska, Frantisek ;Gagliano, Monica ;Witzany, Guenther; Baluska, Frantisek ; Gagliano, Monica ; Witzany, Guenther

Springer International Publishing, Cham 2018

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  • Título:
    Memory and Learning in Plants
  • Autor: Baluska, Frantisek ; Gagliano, Monica ; Witzany, Guenther
  • Baluska, Frantisek ; Gagliano, Monica ; Witzany, Guenther
  • Assuntos: Life Sciences -- Plant Physiology; Life Sciences -- Behavioral Sciences; Life Sciences -- Plant Biochemistry; Life Sciences -- Plant Ecology; Life Sciences -- Plant Genetics and Genomics
  • Descrição: Intro -- Preface -- Contents -- Memory and Learning as Key Competences of Living Organisms -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Memory and Learning in All Domains of Life -- 2.1 Memory: Context-Dependent Information Storage -- 2.2 Learning and Interpretation -- 3 Memory and Learning in Viruses and Subviral RNA Networks -- 4 Memory and Learning in Akaryotes -- 5 Memory and Learning in Unicellular Eukaryotes -- 6 Memory and Learning in Fungi -- 7 Memory and Learning in Animals -- 8 Memory and Learning in Plants -- 8.1 ``Communicative Identity´´ in Plant Behaviour -- 9 The Emergence of Self/Non-self Differentiation Competence -- 10 Conclusions -- References -- Deweyan Psychology in Plant Intelligence Research: Transforming Stimulus and Response -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Dewey´s View -- 3 Constituting the Stimulus Through Response -- 4 Organism and Environment as Parts of a Unitary Biological Process -- 5 Some Further Implications -- References -- General Issues in the Cognitive Analysis of Plant Learning and Intelligence -- 1 Introduction -- 2 What Is Behavior? -- 3 What Is Intelligence? -- 4 What Is Cognition? -- 5 What Is the Most Promising Framework to Study Plant Intelligence? -- 6 Are There Inconsistencies in Definitions of Learning Phenomena? -- 7 Are Enrichment Theories Needed to Study Plant Learning Ecologically? -- 8 Is There a Need to Interpret Plant Intelligence in Cognitivist Terms? -- 9 Conclusions and Recommendations -- References -- Plant Cognition and Behavior: From Environmental Awareness to Synaptic Circuits Navigating Root Apices -- 1 Cognition and Behavior in Bacteria, Protozoa, Slime Molds, and Plants -- 2 Land Plants: Behavioral Phase of Flowering Plant Evolution -- 3 Plant Awareness of Their Environment and Neighboring Organisms -- 4 Plant Intelligence: Learning and Cognition Drives Plant Adaptation and Evolution -- 5 Avoidance and Escape Behavior in Plants -- 6 Surprises from the Plant Neurobiology Corner -- 6.1 Root Growth Speeds Up Under Mild Stress and Slows Down After Finding Nutrition -- 6.2 Root Foraging Behavior -- 6.3 Roots Actively Manipulate Soil via Chemical Exudations: Creating Survival Niche -- 6.4 Roots Stop Active Growth After Experiencing Low Phosphate and Aluminum Toxicity -- 7 Root Cap as Sense Organ for Root Navigation: Root Cap-PIN2 Connection -- 8 Plant Sensory Systems Feed into Dynamic Plant Synapses to Guide Root Behavior -- 9 Auxin, Glutamate, and GABA: Emerging Transmitters in Plants -- 10 Transition Zone with Active Plant Synapses as Plant Brain-Like Command Center -- 11 Transition Zone as Command Center for Root Navigation: Energides in Driver Seats? -- 12 Conclusions -- References -- Role of Epigenetics in Transgenerational Changes: Genome Stability in Response to Plant Stress -- 1 Introduction -- 2 The Choice of the DNA Repair Pathway may Influence Genome Stability -- 3 Epigenetic Mechanisms of Regulation of Plant Genome Stability -- 3.1 The Role of Chromatin Structure in Response to Stress and Genome Stability --.
  • Títulos relacionados: Series: Signaling and Communication in Plants
  • Editor: Springer International Publishing, Cham
  • Data de publicação: 2018
  • Idioma: Inglês

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