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panicle

  1. a branched RACEME.
  2. any complex branched inflorescence.
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The limelight' cultivar produces dense, cone-shaped clusters (panicles) of flowers that start out a creamy white, becoming light green, then pink and finally beige.
The analysis of variance for panicle length, Serbia.
The leaching fractions had no effect (p>0.05) on the leaf, stem, and panicle dry matter, ADF, cellulose, hemicellulose, and lignin contents.
Also, Dursband was applied at 50 ml/16 litres at panicle initiation stage to control stem borer infestation within the field.
Data collected were grain yield (GY), plant height (PH), 1000 seeds weight (TSW), days to 50% flowering (FF), midge damage (MD), and panicle weight (PW).
Cyptocephala alvarengai required 33.2 d from first instar to adult, very close to that observed in other bugs of rice panicle. The complete life cycle of C.
Moreover, it also had the lowest rate of tagged panicle sterility under thermic stress, averaged across the five temperatures (Table 3).
Panicles were selected randomly from each plant, and counted the number of fruits on each panicle then average was calculated.
"Identifying this new player in panicle architecture may enable the design of plants with either enhanced or reduced panicle structures," stated Brutnell.
Finally they identified that SCM2 is identical to ABERRANT PANICLE ORGANIZATION1 (APO1) gene, which was previously identified to encode an F-box-containing protein involved in controlling the rachis branch number of the panicle.34)