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cultivar

a cultivated variety of a plant or animal species that contains unique features and can be propagated sexually or asexually In horticulture the use of cultivar names is common and is written after the species name, e.g. the common ivy cultivar Hedera helix (Goldheart).

cultivar,

n a plant not found in nature; the form used to cultivate in order to propogate desired characteristics.

cultivar

plant variety produced under cultivation.
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tabaci were sampled from 10 cultivars of cotton from the farms of the Indian Agricultural Research Institute (IARI), New Delhi, India.
Fisher's Least Significant Difference Tests (LSD) was used for means separation when the F-test indicated significant differences for cultivars and nitrogen rates.
However, this cultivar showed lower values of [DELTA]C and A without glyphosate application and in the averages of all subdoses.
One minute after the release of adults, none was observed feeding on the cultivar Onix, whereas the cultivars IAC-Maravilha and BRS-Supremo were the most attractive to adults (0.
Also, Dashti and Khodabande (2008) studied the symbiotic effect of Sino rhizobium meliloti strain on three alfalfa cultivars and referred to the significant effect of bacteria and cultivar on the number of nodes [6].
While budwood of Gem is limited, genetic material of this release will be deposited in the National Plant Germplasm System, where it will be available for research, development, and commercialization of the new cultivar.
A moderate negative correlation was observed between the calcium content in the blackberry fruits and the color index a*, which can be observed for the Ebano cultivar that presented redder fruits with lower calcium contents.
Many more excellent cultivars were developed in the 1980s based on the characteristics of early harvest season, good cup quality, high yields and disease resistance.
When collecting seed it is important to be aware of two types - those that naturally in-breed true to type, and out-breeders which are especially prone to cross-pollination, with cultivars possibly growing in a neighbour's garden.
To assess the relationship between cultivar response to seedling inoculations and susceptibility under field conditions, we established an infested plot on the Department of Plant Pathology research farm at UC Davis.
The UK record is an amazing 1504 lbs (682kg), using a Thomson and Morgan cultivar called Paton Twins Giant, named after the two brothers who selected the strain and hold the record.