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floret

Botany
An individual small flower, usually of many, typically seen in grasses.

Medspeak
A descriptive term typically used by radiologists or pathologists for a finding that has some visual similarity to a small flower.
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A Vanda floret is composed of 5 parts: 2 petals, 1 dorsal sepal, 2 lateral sepals and 1 lip (Fig.
The unique revelations that each floret in a spikelet had an assigned quota of its supply of vascular bundles, which somehow, happened to be disproportionate in quantity and quality for each spikelet e.g., the supply of vascular system to florets one and two was preferentially better while the same got truncated to floret three or even still worse to floret number four, wherever they were present.
The objective of the present study was to assess the effects of florets removal on grain and oil yield and other relationships in spring safflower.
This lack of carbon supply at the stolon level could significantly impact overall growth and major components of potential seed yield and could explain the considerable number of inflorescence and floret abortions in severe water deficits.
The percentage of stalk and florets also determines the price for the raw material.
Per cent floret opening in spike was recorded on the basis of number of florets observed per spike in per cent form at alternate days during vase life.
Given that flower production is limited by available resources (Munoz et al., 2005) and the study population did not differ in floret production between years of study, we conclude resource availability to plants was approximately the same.
Flower Indices: The parameters regarding flower characteristics were spike length (cm), spike diameter (cm), stem length (cm), days to flower opening, number of floret plant-1, fresh and dry weight of floret (g) and vase life (days).
In the floret, Qatari Fatma Al Mannai came on top, beating compatriot Lulia Ali Hassan 15-4 in the final fight.
60 mg of frozen leaf, fruit (mantled and normal), and floret samples was ground to a fine powder using a mortar and liquid nitrogen.
Heinrich (1979) and Jakobsen and Olsen (1994) reported some field observations in white clover that support this hypothesis as they noticed that a bee will hover for a few seconds in front of the floret before entering or rejecting it without landing.
3 1/3 ounces butter 2 shallots, finely chopped 1 pound cauliflower florets, finely chopped 3/4 cup dry white wine 2 cups water Sait to taste For the cauliflower rings an florets: