growth habit

growth habit

a characteristic manner of growth in plants.
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The plants are miniature in growth habit and the flowers are not very big.
They are early maturing varities with high cane and sugar recovery potential, good ratooner, good germination, fast growth habit in all growth stages, he added.
It is early maturing with high cane and sugar recovery potential, good ratooner, good germination, fast growth habit in all growth stages, good tillering ability, semi self trashed, thicker cane stalks, resistant to root, stem and top borers, resistant to smut, rust and red hot diseases.
The herbaceous plant has an indeterminate growth habit with trifoliate leaves and legume pods containing 10-20 golden brownish seeds.
Snap bean plants are classified in regards to growth habit as determinate, when the terminal portion of the stem ends in an inflorescence, and indeterminate, when the terminal portion of the stem ends in a vegetative meristem, enabling continued plant growth (Kwak, Toro, Debouck, & Gepts, 2012).
On the other hand, if the plant under discussion is one of the new rose introductions, the improvements bred into the plant may have such major impact in the growth habit, pest resistance or flower production so as to make the plant clearly superior to all other roses.
Growth habit was recorded by using 1-5 scale; 1 = erect, 2 = semi-spreading, 3 = spreading, 4 = bushy, 5 = prostrate.
Suckers are easy to identify because they have different leaves and growth habit.
Combined with an interesting growth habit, these trees make great specimens and would make a wonderful tree to plant for an anniversary.
We were already wise to the fact that its growth habit is a tendency to send out runners with mean pups rather like bamboo but heavily armed.
Learn to look at trees in two perspectives: see them in their overall form or growth habit, usually at a distance, if possible, [and] see them in detail, as a student or scientist, by close observation and detailed study.
It has a vigorous, upright growth habit and strong limb angles that contribute to a wind-resistant structure.

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