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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Besides late planting, early planting expressed positive influence on agronomic characteristic of plant as Gormus and Yucel (2002) counted higher number of sympodial branches (Dong et al.
01) for plant height, sympodial branches plant-1, bolls plant-1, boll weight, lint index and yield of seedcotton plant-1 and fiber strength.
Leaf blade oblong-elliptic to elliptic-ovate, 13-45 cm long; base asymmetrical in sympodial leaves, cordate to deeply auriculate, the biggest lobe half or completely overlapping the petiole; pinnately veined with 8-16 secondary veins; ciliate and minutely pubescent on both surfaces.
Trait Psittacanthus Psittacanthus corderoi lasianthus Growth Sympodial due to the percurrent terminal inflorescences Internodes densely puberulous, to glabrous, 1.
The mean performance of parents and their hybrids have been summarized in Table 1, which indicates that among the parents, FH-113 formed maximum bolls/plant, produced highest number of sympodial branches/plant and gave maximum seed cotton yield/ plant, highest seed index and ginned maximum lint%; the dwarfed plant with heavier bolls were recorded by the parent IR-1524.
Chamaesyce is characterized by many unusual synapomorphies: apical abortion of the main shoot and subsequent sympodial growth; interpetiolar stipules; opposite and frequently asymmetrical leaves; and [C.
Different morphological and agronomic characteristics including seed cotton yield (g), plant height (cm), number of bolls per plant, number of sympodial and monopodial branches and average boll weight was recorded.
Mucor fragilis sympodial branching pattern; taken with Q Imaging digital microscopy and recorded through Image Pro Express.
Moisture deficit was reported to produce a high percentage of position 1 bolls on the sympodial branch and this was coupled with increase in fiber strength and micronaire (Pettigrew, 1995).
What are the advantages and limitations of sympodial stems with adventitious roots, and what role does xylem play in the root/stem juncture?