bracteole

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bracteole

a small BRACT.
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Launched in 2011 by a team of Georgia Tech engineers, Bractlet, calls itself as an energy solutions firm.
Shoot regeneration of lentil has been previously reported from meristem tips, shoot tips and shoot meristems (Bajaj and Dhanju, 1979; Williams and McHughen, 1986; Singh and Raghuvanshi, 1989; Polanco and Ruiz, 1997), epicotyl (Williams and McHughen, 1986), embryonic axes (Saxena and King, 1987), first nodes and bractlets of immature seeds (Polanco et al.
These traits included: (1) resin secretion by floral bractlets, (2) pollination by resin-collecting bees, (3) the presence of large involucral bracts, (4) nocturnal closure of these bracts, (5) the tendency of sepals to envelope the pistillate flowers, (6) resin secretion by the pistillate sepals, (7) presence of sharp, detachable trichomes on the pistillate sepals, (8) closure of the involucral bracts around the developing fruits, and (9) resin secretion by leaves and stipules.