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cladode

[′kla‚dōd]
(botany)
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However, most vegetative reproduction occurred close to the parent plant because big cladodes do not easily move far and the long spines of O.
In laboratory conditions, rearing native cactus moths on fresh cactus cladodes is difficult because Melitara larvae have difficulty surviving in healthy prickly pear cladodes (Carlton & Kring 1994).
ficus indica cladodes are used in folk medicine for their antiulcer and wound-healing activities (Galati et al.
Water storage in cladodes of pricklypear assures a relatively constant supply for physiologic requirements.
Therefore, it is possible that using indiscriminant techniques to remove eggs and cladodes will result in the destruction of native M.
Cladodes of each host test species were collected from naturally growing plants and transported to the laboratory.
Larvae feed gregariously inside the cladodes of many species of Opuntia (Cactaceae), often facilitating secondary pathogenic infections and, eventually, death of the plant (Starmer et al.
In their report, dipping individual cladodes of Opuntia stricta in the 1X Dipel rate (Valent USA Corp.