sympodial


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sympodial

(of a stem) growing in length by development of lateral buds, the terminal bud developing into an inflorescence or dying back each year.
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The eight important traits of cotton such as 1st sympodial node number, sympodial branches/plant, boll weight, bolls/plant, lint%, micronaire, fibre length, and seed cotton yield/plant were studied.
abyssinica seedlings at nursery reported that its height ranges from 40 to 50 cm [9], while the RCD of sympodial Bamboo seedlings is above 0.5 cm [24, 25].
Fiber characteristics and papermaking feasibility of major sympodial bamboos in Xishuangbanna.
While number of sympodial and monopodial branches were counted on 10 randomly selected plants from each replication.
Mean squares for specific combining ability were highly significant (Pless than 0.01) for plant height, sympodial branches plant-1, bolls plant-1, boll weight, lint index and yield of seedcotton plant-1 and fiber strength.
At the early stages of individual development, monopodial growth of the leading shoot can be observed, which is changed by sympodial one in the juvenile or immature ontogenetic state.
Nitrogen 100kg [ha.sup.-1] produced more seed cotton yield due to more number of monopodial branches (where from vegetative parts develops) and sympodial branches (where from reproductive parts develops), bolls [plant.sup.-1], average boll weight and 100 cotton seed weight.
Those of the sympodial axis are different from those of the monopodial axis.
Species similar to Psittacanthus lasianthus, from which it differs by the sympodial, densely puberulous, three-angled stems, ternate leaves, terminal dichasia, perfoliate bracts, a neck-bearing, not inflated corolla densely laciniate on its outer surface and a triangular, ligule on the inside of each petal, a ring-like nectary, and a micropapillose stigma versus percurrent, glabrous, circular stems, paired leaves, axillary dichasia, not perfoliate bracts, a neck-lacking, inflated corolla without laciniae on its outer surface and a finger-like ligule on the inside of each petal, a 4-lobed nectary, and a smooth stigma in P.
There exists the genetic potential for improving the no of bolls per plant, no of leaves per plant and sympodial branches.
While the former is a monopodial bamboo with leptomorph rhizome, the latter is a sympodial bamboo with pachymorph rhizome.