On growth and form of leaves in 3 dimensions: Applications of machine vision and advanced optics
Leaves have long been considered one of the hallmarks of angiosperm evolution and diversification. Development of morphologically complex surfaces with diverse three-- shape is presumably optimized to balance conflicting functional demands. Driven by selection pressures, highly variable phenotypes expressed in different environments can be a result of genetic differences or phenotypic plasticity. In recent years, the role of biomechanical...[Show more]
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