This treatment stimulates the development of propagules
in place of flowers and fruitlets.
The first step in the invasion process is related to the introduction of propagules
Therefore, in order to avoid those drawbacks, it would be crucial that planting material represents a minimum level of intraspecific diversity to ensure that its progeny would not only be viable but also produce viable propagules
This likely occurred as a result of a higher density of infective propagules
in IV inoculum (156 per g), which was four times higher than that in PS inoculum (39 per g) as measured by Restrepo-Llano et al.
However, the mini-cutting presents some advantages over cuttings, as size reduction of cuttings and increased shoots productivity per area, and youth use of propagules
(DIAS et al., 2012).
Predation on propagules
and seedlings in mature and regenerating mangroves in the coast of Ceara, Brazil.
Kruskal-Wallis analysis was used to test the significance of differences among treatments and times for each species of mangrove propagule
. All microbial analysis was done in triplicate and data computation employed the Statistic 10.0 software.
It was reported that the ability of taro to emerge from the soil is affected by propagule
size (Mabhaudhi et al., 2013).
In March 2012, dead propagules
from different zones of the Ramsar site No.
We do not believe this means beavers are not affected by the problems small populations face, but these examples do represent instances of extraordinarily successful biological invasions, initiated with a very low propagule
Interestingly, this "alignment-of-fitness" requires a "bottleneck" or unicellular stage when the organism consists of just one cell-a spore, zygote, or uninucleate asexual propagule