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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Comparisons of means showed that a combination of irrigation disruption treatments after the first harvest and after the 80% of silique formation with Fe + Zn foliar application and Sarigol to increase biological yield compared to the other treatments.
s HI Number of Number of grain in silique per silique plant 9.
Chaudhury was looking for a malesterile plant that developed long siliques without being pollinated.
046] had high phenotypic value as this cultivar was better than other cultivars in aspect of number of silique in plant, number of seed in silique and 1000 seed weight (Table 5).
Comparison of means of seed number in silique showed that, salinity stress decreased significantly seed number (Table 6).
According to results of 1000 seed weight and number of silique in plants, it conclude that, these parts of yield components are more sensitive to salinity and decreased in final yield is related to decrease of them.
final biomass (in grams, per plant) of roots, rosettes, inflorescences, and siliques, after air-drying of materials in separate paper bags