anthesis


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anthesis

  1. the opening of a flower bud.
  2. the period from flowering to fruit setting.
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The determination of the time of flower opening and closing was performed in periodic visits to the experimental field of Embrapa Agrobiologia, where the exact moments in which the anthesis and the closure of flowers were observed, and the flower was only considered totally open when petals and sepals were definitively positioned, ceasing the opening movement, presenting approximate angulation of 60[degrees] in relation to the base of the flower.
At anthesis, twenty-five flowers per cultivar were collected, conditioned in a humid chamber (plastic container covered by a moist absorbent paper layer) and immediately sent to the Botany Laboratory (UNEMAT).
days where the maximum temperature exceeds 33[degrees]C between anthesis and maturity (Barlow et al.
the three leaf stage and anthesis. Each experimental unit of respective treatment was sprayed with 25 mL of MLE.
The DVS is -1 at sowing, zero at emergence, 0.65 at panicle differentiation (R1), 1 at anthesis (R4) and 2 at physiological maturity (R9).
Figure 4 showed the dynamics of the green leaf area index (GLAI) and pod area index (PAI) after peak anthesis of the two varieties during the 2012-2013 and 2013-2014 growing seasons.
The digenic non-allelic epistasis of additive x dominance and dominance x dominance were considered the major contributors in the inheritance of days to anthesis in crosses PS- Pop-1-1-4 x BD- Pop-2-1-2 and PS- Pop-29-2-1 x BD- Pop-2-1-2.
When comparing the cultivars, highest number of grains/spike were set by Bhittai, Hero and PBGST-4 in water stress at anthesis, respectively (Fig.
Also, dense populations of subspecies canjerana in high-montane rainforests of south-eastern Brazil presents male and female plants with similar flowers, and their traits, such as nocturnal anthesis with strong floral sweet odour, suggest moth-pollination.