bracteole


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bracteole

a small BRACT.
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The bracteole of pistillate flowers has a single-layered epidermis (see Figure 4A, B).
5-2 mm wide; peduncle 3-10 mm long, shorter in flowers, elongating as fruits mature; bracteoles borne at or slightly below apex of peduncle, spreading, resembling miniature leaves 1.
Numerical values were assigned to the following categorical traits: leaf shape (0 = chordate, 1 = ovate, 2 = rhombohedric and 3 = hastate), flower pigmentation (0 = white, 1 = lavender), base of standard (0 = striped and i = smooth), bracteole size (0 = small, 1 = medium, 2 = large), bracteole shape (0 = cordate, 1 = lanceolate, 2 = ovate and 3 = triangular), and pod beak position (1 = central, 2 = placental).
Amaranthaceae are characterized by having solitary flowers, cymose or variously compound (modified cymose) inflorescences, often subtended by bracts or bracteoles (Cronquist, 1981; Kadereit et al.
Some of these characters, including inflorescence position and "winter" development, bracteole position, indumentum of the corolla and filaments, anther texture, presence and positioning of staminal appendages (spurs, awns, tubules, etc.
Thirteen traits were categorical: leaf shape, leaf hairs, bracteole size, bracteole shape, bracteole color, pod beak position, pod shape, standard color, flower color, growth habit, seed surface reflectance, seed shape, and pod color.
The species of Senna can be identified morphologically by the absence of bracteoles on the flower pedicel, the presence of claviform to pyramidal convex extrafloralnectaries, and cylindrical or flat-compressed fruit with inert dehiscence.
The effect of light, temperature and bracteoles on germination of polymorphic seeds of Atriplex centralasiatica under saline conditions.
Bracteoles affect germination and seedling establishment in Mediterranean population of Atriplex portulacoides.
Bracteoles affect germination and seedling establishment in a Mediterranean population of Atriplex portulacoides.
Each head is composed of a circle of bracteoles, which look at first sight like petals, containing a multitude of tiny flowers - the pins in the pincushion - forming a large umbel at the top of 2ft stems.