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anthesis

[an′thē·səs]
(botany)
The flowering period in plants.
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2], and we modeled estimated pollen count, inflorescence number, inflorescence weight, aboveground biomass, plant height, days to anthesis, and date of anthesis.
Four living anthesis flowers were collected intact and processed for observation of general morphology.
Monosymmetry is strongest in early flower development (see also Endress, 1999) and at the mature fruit stage but least expressed at anthesis (see next chapter).
Dry matter accumulation of main stem and tillers was evaluated in the beginning of anthesis stage.
8 Growth stage at first harvest ** Grass species Kentucky bluegrass Early heading Early anthesis Orchardgrass Late boot Early heading Smooth bromegrass Late boot Early heading Harvest Cutting schedule * 3x Harvest date First June 3 [+ or -] 1.
Samples from the Walkaway site were collected in the treatments with no biochar and 3 t/ha of biochar just after anthesis (for each of the 3 replicates and 3 fertiliser rates).
We noted that the male flowers released a distinct anise-like odor, which seemed to be strongest on the 3rd day of anthesis.
Modhej and Fathi [18] reported the most sensitive stage of wheat to heat stress was the period between double ridge stage and anthesis.
25 x 8 mm long, free, membranous, apex emmarginate, the apical 1/3 yellow, the basal 2/3 whitish, erect except for the spreading-recurved apex at anthesis, bearing at base 2 appendages ca.
1997), addition of N to the subsoil (600mm) 2 weeks after anthesis greatly increased grain yield and protein concentration in wheat, and a critical factor in the efficient use of deep N appeared to be the increased root length density in the subsoil.
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The petals are a brownish-pink color that changes throughout anthesis (Figure 3).