5 mm long, distributed on the branches, pulvinus, petioles, inflorescence axis, bracts, pedicels
and young legumes.
The main characteristics are pruinose endoperidium with plicate apophysis, regularly plicate and strongly conic peristome, and long pedicel
(up to 13 mm high).
5 mm wide, ovate, deciduous in fruit; pedicel
3-7 mm long, shorter in flowers, elongating as fruits mature; cleistogamous flowers not found.
Based on morphological characterization, the foot rot pathogen exhibited globose oogonia with paragynous antheridia, chlamydospore, torulose hyphae and lemon shaped sporangia with long pedicel
Two longitudinally split pedicels
from this collection were fixed and then processed for SEM as above.
On the other hand, unexpected phenomena were observed, such as berry attachment to the pedicel
of Thompson Seedless grapes being increased with gibberellin and berry shatter decreased (Retamales and Cooper, 1993).
This new species is closely related to Neoregelia pernambucana, but differs by the outer flowers with distinctly longer pedicels
(23-35 mm vs.
Buck fawns begin growing pedicels
early on and by six months of age may even have tiny hardened tips on their pedicels
, a maximum of 14% of soluble carbohydrates was recorded at the time of the anthesis; from 62dda until the end of the study, fructose and glucose levels were undetectable, and sucrose content stayed low and constant (5%), coinciding with the greater late of pedicel
Floral scales 5-6 mm long, red and dark yellow; petals 12-17 mm long; fruiting pedicels
Adults were observed feeding on fruit pedicels
, affecting vascular tissue and also producing fruit drop.
Morphology and anatomy of stems and pedicels
of spring flush shoots associated with citrus fruit set.