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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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The trend in pre-reproductive period (total time taken to complete one generation on the leaf of wheat cultivar only 'Serin-2010' took significantly longer time during the nymphs pre-reproductive period compared to all the tested cultivars (f = 11.
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The european Rocha and Abbe Fetel pear cultivars grafted on to the quince EMC rootstock exhibited greater vigor according to the section increment (mm) in the cultivar's trunk at the graft union region and the section increment (mm) in the rootstocks trunk at the graft union region, because partial tissue continuity existed in the graft union region between the cultivars and rootstocks.
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BRS Primavera cultivar also showed lower milling degree at temperatures between 58 and 60[degrees]C, probably because it has thinner grains and thus achieved the ideal amount of water faster than the BRS Sertaneja cultivar, being better prepared for the gelatinization of grains in the steaming step, consequently becoming more resistant to subsequent milling process.