Fractal Dynamics in Growth of Seedlints of Zea mays
In recent years, numerous information has accumulated that alternative neutralistic biological and ecological processes can be realized in ecologically equivalent environmental conditions. One of the most generalized concepts of the stochastic appearance of self-similar structures is fractal analysis [1,2]. There are data that the physiological and biochemical indicators of plants in natural habitats can be fractal in nature [3,4]. However, it remains an open question whether the picture of the indices demonstrated by plants in stable laboratory conditions will have a fractal nature.