ramet


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ramet

(rā′mĭt)
n.
A physiologically distinct organism that is part of a group of genetically identical individuals derived from one progenitor, as a tree in a group of trees that have all sprouted from a single parent plant.

ramet

a single individual from a CLONE.
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Finally, for comparative purposes the vigor of the ramets was estimated according to Ramirez-Garcia et al.
In May 1987 another SPC journal, Vesnik, repeated that the SPC "has the legal and moral right to rise energetically to the defense of its vital interests in Kosovo," while Albanian irredentists were seen as a common enemy of the regime and the SPC (Ramet 1989, 316-317).
Clonal plants will resprout after fire (Menges and Kohfeldt, 1995), affecting the numbers and sizes of resulting ramets. For example fires at certain seasons may dramatically increase shoot densities (Brewer and Platt, 1994; Cirne and Scarano, 2001).
According to them, "[Women] became targets of interpolation into 'mothers who should ensure the biological survival and progress of the nation' and the 'guardians of home and privacy.' Thus, instead of the former (mostly economically enforced) 'proletarianism' and (politically enforced) 'emancipation,' an ideological model of domestication of women was introduced" (Hassenstab, Ramet, & Hassenstab, 2015, 49).
Compared with aggregation, initial ramet segregation significantly decreased aboveground mass and biomass of E.
As mentioned earlier that hilly streams roared everywhere except Darolai and Ramet. This is not because some saint or sage lived in these villages.
Ramet, "The Catholic Church in Post-Communist Poland: Polarization, Privatization, and Decline in Influence," in Sabrina P.
For the N and P plant analyses, after each collection, we washed and selected about 200 ramets or the necessary fresh ramet biomass to obtain exactly 5g of dry biomass from each vegetative structure (floating and submerged leaves).
They found female bias occurred at the ramet level but balanced sex ratios occurred at the genet level.
Ramet proliferation by longitudinal splitting in the Gabonese rainforest liana Dalhosiea africana S.
While Green parties emerging in the economically and politically destabilised socialist context of the 1980s joined the newly emerging opposition parties against the regime (Ramet, 1995), the post-socialist environment is no longer so different from modern political systems.
Marko Valenta and Sabrina Ramet, 281-300 (Farnham, UK: Ashgate, 2010).