Then, bruchid beetles, apparently, were able to detect differences in seed densities at infructescence
In vitro and in vivo antioxidant and antimicrobial activities of extracts from Platycarya strobilacea infructescence
A: part of leafy shoot; B: rhizome and stilt root; C: head of inforescence and fower; D: labellum; E: bract; F: side lobe; G: infructescence
; H: fruit [Drawing by Meekiong K.].
lituratus while defending infructescences
of Cecropia glaziovii Snethl.
were found on dry stems and leaves surrounding infructescences
collected at Ziemupe, Dr E.
Biodiversity of saprobic microfungi associated with the infructescences
of Protea species in South Africa.
In 2006 and 2007, we calculated seed production per plant by weighing all the seeds per infructescence
and multiplying the number of seeds per infructescence
by the average number of infructescences
produced per plant over a 14-year monitoring period across Nebraska sites (Stubbendieck et.
Ideally only 24 to 36 hours elapses between harvest of the palm infructescence
and its consumption as a bowl of thick cold puree.
paniculate, elongated, conical, 9,5 cm in the widest portion, with fruiting branchlets 4, 2-5 cm long, minutely puberulent; floral bracts flat in the base of the fruit, 3 mm long, ca.
Astrocaryum aculeatissimum differs from the other species of subgenus Monogynanthus in the following characters: sheaths of dead leaves not persistent under the crown, stem heavily armed with dense spines falling with the age, infructescence
pendulous, petals of the staminate flower reflexed, pistil with a long style.
This date was chosen because survival of P pumila to the infructescence
harvest date was fairly low and some individuals produced infructescences
and senesced before that date.