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panicle

  1. a branched RACEME.
  2. any complex branched inflorescence.
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Panicle hydrangeas can be found on campus in front of Faner Hall and around town thanks to gardeners who have caught on to their hardiness to winter and urban conditions, as well as their low maintenance.
A positive correlation was also found between panicles m-2 and grain yield (0.51, 0.52) at Faisalabad and Layyah, respectively.
The leaching fractions used reduced the organic matter content and, consequently, increased the mineral matter content in the leaves and panicles of the sorghum varieties evaluated.
Majority of rice farmers in Liberia prefer tall plants to lessen the burden of slouching to cut the panicles with a knife during harvesting.
At the same time, 10 panicles were collected at the stage of maximum floral opening; out of these, the number of hermaphrodite and male flowers was counted with the aid of a 10x magnifying glass.
On the other hand, entries by planting dates and those by sites were significant (P < 0.001) for grain yield, panicles weight, and midge damage (Table 1).
alvarengai on rice panicles as a foundation for future work on pest management strategies for this species.
The sterility of panicles harvested separately was affected by the double interactions between genotype x thermic stress/control and temperature x thermic stress/control, indicating that in the presence of thermic stress, genotypes and temperature responded differently from the controls.
Panicles were selected randomly from each plant, and counted the number of fruits on each panicle then average was calculated.
Indeed, rice breeders have introduced some grain-increasing genes into rice cultivars, but such rice varieties tend to develop larger panicles with more grains than the culm could support, hence, resulting again in lodging.