caryopsis

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caryopsis

an ACHENE in which the ovary wall and see coat are united. It is the characteristic fruit of grasses, a grain.
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Because grasses are generally propagated by vegetative means, they say, scientists rarely study the seeds of grasses, for example caryopses, but they offer a morphometric and micromorphological study of the caryopses and provide another identification base on them.
5 % for inflorescences and caryopses prior germination) and rinsed 3 times with sterile distilled water.
For barnyardgrass caryopses, the synchrony values showed quadratic regression, with a maximum estimated value of 0.
In the Nacunan Biosphere Reserve, we observed that these ants mainly harvest caryopses from grasses (e.
It is derived from the outer layer of Caryopses during milling and includes pericap, seed coat, aleurone layer, germ and part of the subcutaneous layer of starchy endosperm.
This annual roots at the nodes, forms dense prostrate mats, and produces abundant caryopses.
CDC Maria, possessing glabrous hulls and brown caryopses (Matus-Cadiz et al.
The dry caryopses were placed in an incubator at 37[grados]C during 48 hours; mounted and covered with 30 nm of platinum.
Somatic embryogenesis and plant regeneration from cultured mature caryopses of bahiagrass (Paspalum notatum Flugge).
The caryopses were stored at 4 [degrees]C until needed.
The effect of glume and caryopses characteristicsof sorghum (Sorghum bicolor (L.