The aerial part
dry mass and length, in addition to root dry mass and length, viable node dry mass, and number of viable nodes per plant, were evaluated during the R2 phenological stage (FEHR & CAVINESS, 1977), using 10 plants collected from the second sowed line.
After weighing the roots and aerial part
of the dry matter, the material was ground using a Wiley grinder (10 mesh sieve) to determine the Cu(II) contents through nitric-perchloric digestion (3:1) and atomic absorption spectrophotometry (Miyazawa et al.
Steraceae aerial part
is used as food Tamaricaceae Not mentioned Appendix I: Questionnaire sheet on the uses of medicinal plants Place : Dated : Informants details 1.
8ug/mL) Gallic acid equivalent (GAE) and aerial part
of Ajuga bracteosa (178.
Phosphorus doses influenced the P level in the soil, plant aerial and root dry matter, total and commercial productivities, and the accumulation of P in the plant aerial part
dry matter, tuberous roots and the total plant.
From these samples, the aerial part
was separated from the roots using scissors, followed by the measurement of stem diameter (SD), root length (RL), and length of the aerial part
(LAP), where the data were expressed in millimeters.
The variables responses to evaluate cadmium's toxic effect comprised germination percentage, index of velocity of germination (MAGUIRE, 1962), changes in the seedlings' morphological parameters (length of root and aerial part
, percentage and abnormal types), amount of green and dry matter produced.
TABLE 3: Average values of height (H), collar diameter (DC), dry weight of the aerial part
(MSPA), root dry weight (MSR), total dry weight (MST), relationship height/collar diameter (RHDC), relationship height/aerial part
dry weight (RHMSPA), relationship aerial part
dry weigh/root dry weight (RMSPAMSR) and Dickson Quality Index (IQD) for 'vinhatico' seedlings grown in Red Yellow Latosol after application of K and S at 150 days after being sown.
He is a big boy and gets himself in good positions, but he can work on the aerial part
IT = (accumulation of the element in the aerial part
/ accumulation of the element in the plant) * 100.
Airfilms, a Dutch production house, undertook the aerial part
of the broadcast for this project.
Another protein food resource with regional availability is cassava, in which their cultural remains or aerial part
can be used for hay production and thus be stored and used as a protein ingredient in diets, especially in periods of shortage of fodder.