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inflorescence a specialized branching stem bearing flowers; for example, a male CATKIN. Each individual flower may be small and insignificant but collectively they can sometimes produce a large, showy structure such as is found in the lupin.
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We asked the following questions: (a) Are size structure (diameter at breast height, DBH) and infrutescence
production significantly different between the two populations?
However, fruits collected showed a weight bellow the classification range or weight of the infrutescence
proposed by the General Warehouses Company of the State of Sao Paulo (CEAGESP).
Whenever I detected a fruiting palm, I counted the number of palm nuts per infrutescence
and took the number of fruits per palm as replicate to compare fruit availability in the four periods of the year.
oleracea, and their hybrids, from which we collected one infrutescence
and obtained its total fruit mass.