siliqua


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siliqua

a type of dry fruit in which the seeds are contained in a long, somewhat cylindrical structure that splits open (dehisces) to allow the seeds to escape. An example is the fruit of the wallflower.
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The significantly highest photosynthetic rate was recorded with 20th October and lowest at 30th November planted crop at flowering and siliqua initiation stage.
Plant height, point to first branch, number of secondary branches, point to first siliqua and number of siliquae on main shoot showed wider range for trait values.
Comments: Rich in oligogalactomannans of organically farmed Ceratonia siliqua seeds, Glyco-Repair Bio stimulates the synthesis of growth factors such as activin A on keratinocytes and increases the synthesis of a-SMA on fibroblasts.
Ademas de las dos noticias iniciales, el unico segmento que podria proceder de las Etimologias es el que se refiere a la equivalencia entre la dracma, el denarius uictorialis y las siliquae (et est pondus denarii uictorialis argentei, qui pensat siliquas XVIIIto).
The effects dredging on shell formation in the razor clam Ensis siliqua from Barrinha, southern Portugal.
Carrying out several experiments and tests to extract chocolate from Ceratonia siliqua powder instead of Cacao, they yielded fruitful results.
Eucalyptus erythrocorys, Ceratonia siliqua and Ziziphus spina-christi may not mean much to most American beekeepers, but they are at the forefront of an ambitious project in Israel that encourages multiple use of forest trees to ramp up honey production, bring marginal and unused land into production, and increase the supply of high quality wood.
El nombre especifico, siliqua, es el nombre latino de la algarroba y en general de los frutos en legumbre.
Vegetation at the lowest altitude is dominated by numerous tree plants (Pinus brutia, Quercus coccifera, Olea europeae, Ceratonia siliqua, Styrax officinalis, Arbutus andrachne, etc.
Composition and potencial uses of mesquite pods (Prosopis pallida L): Comparison with carobs pods (Ceratonia siliqua L)".