Doc: sender (sender topic)

Site Association Index
A dynamic index of all associations on this site that use the sender topic (the subject of this post).

Association count: 9

IDsort descendingToolsMapAssociation LegendTypeRolePlayerNotationSource and date
1h8D--wol--signalsexual organflowers13textDataset: Signaling. Colors (7/8) (topicmap (0)) 2014-10-18
intended receiverbirds7text
sender26California fuchsias1text
channelvisual5, 30text
KnN5--doc--signaltransmittedcolor9text Example: signal ... (topicmap (0)) 2013-06-22
channelvisual5, 30text
sexual organpistil20text
unintended receiverbird6text
intended receiverbee4text
OxfT--wol--signalintended receiverDiurnal disperser1text Dataset: Signaling. ... (topicmap (0)) 2014-10-24
channelvisual5, 30text
TWXe--wol--signalsender26Lotus japonicus3textDataset: Signaling. Fungi (6/8) (topicmap (0)) 2014-10-19
messagestimulates hyphal branching27text
intended receiverGigaspora margarita2text
aBnr--wol--signaltransmittedbeta-myrcene5textDataset: Signaling. Cycads (8/8) (topicmap (0)) 2014-10-23
sexual organcones10text
intended receiverthrips29text
kDsS--wol--signalmessagegrow15textDataset: Signaling. Sugar (3/8) (topicmap (0)) 2014-10-19
intended receiverself25text
k_yQ--docsender is a boot topicis_acboot_topic8textDoc: sender (sender topic) (topicmap (0)) 2014-09-07
pNYo--wol--signalmessageimmune response16text Dataset: Signaling. ... (topicmap (0)) 2014-10-23
unintended receiverreceptor23text
zu04--wol--signalchannelolofactory18textDataset: Signaling. Cycads (8/8) (topicmap (0)) 2014-10-19
intended receiverthrips29text
Topic map legends Click on footnote numbers to go back and forth from index to legend.
IS A (#) Relationship: A class/instance (c/i) hierarchy. Example: Homer Simpson is an instance (i) of the class human (c). Click on to go to a page with the complete class/instance hierarchy for that topic.
SIGNAL (#) Relationship: A signaling (signal) association between plants and animals, where a message is set along a channel to recievers, intended and unintended. Click on the type icon () following each topic for a complete listing of associations of this type, with occurrences of the topic highlighted.
How to read this Site Association Index. The ID column lists the unique identifiers for each asssocation. The Tools column gives links to modules that work with the association (for example, finding other associations similar to it). Each association is contained in one Map; the color of the background stripe of the association in this table is determined by its map. Each association may have an Association Legend, and must have one Type, which may determine which of at least two Roles and Players plus Notations combinations a valid association must have. (A notation may be used to specify a helper application for a player whose text is in that notation.) Association types, roles, players, and notations may be represented by icons, names, or both icons and names. Associations, association types, association legends, roles, players, and notations are all topics. Each topic may, at administrator option, link to a topic page. When the Site Map is sorted on the Association column, redundant table cells are removed, and all the posts in which the association appears are consolidated into a single cell.