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bulbil

a small BULB or tuber which arises on the aerial part of a plant in the axil of a leaf, or in an inflorescence.
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Although these varieties are genotypically different from each other and are semi-noble garlic landraces, they were not expected to differ as much as they did in terms of bulbil numbers.
Inflorescence 8-10 m tall, eliptic, with few bulbils; shaft 12-14 cm in diameter at base, with 21-24 primary flowering branches in the upper half of the shaft, spirally arranged; basal bracts 35-67 x 1,1-1,6 cm, lanceolate.
ficaria biomass and bulbil production ([R.sub.s] = 0.506, P < 0.001), there were no significant differences in bulbil production detected between treatments (Fig.
Up until recently, the traditional and most widely practiced method of growing yams is through the use of tuber or bulbil [19].
The ecology of flower and bulbil production in Polygonum viviparum.
Ramawat, "Plantlet regeneration and bulbil formation in vitro from leaf and stem explants of Curculigo orchioides, an endangered medicinal plant," Scientia Horticulturae, vol.
Class I KNOX genes are associated with organogenesis during bulbil formation in Agave tequilana.
Profile analysis tests whether the slopes of lines connecting the means of each reproductive character (bulb, offset, bulbil, and flower biomass) differ between the soil treatments, allowing all four characters to examined simultaneously.
Ramawat, "Rapid micropropagation through direct somatic embryogenesis and bulbil formation from leaf explants in Curculigo orchiodes," Indian Journal of Experimental Biology, vol.
infrequent adventitious bulbils. Leaves pinnately compound, 1-3 m long,
Plants that are allowed to flower may produce bulbils. Often sold in gourmet shops, hardneck garlic has a complex, spicy-sweet flavor.