cladode


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cladode

[′kla‚dōd]
(botany)
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Gigante' is a large plant with good biomass yield, whereas 'Miuda' has small size, branched stem with smaller cladodes and high energetic potential (Oliveira et al.
Rearing Cactoblastis cactorum (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) on artificial diet and Opuntia cladodes.
The presence or absence of spines, amount of spine per fruit and cladode, height of the plant, size and shape of cladode were some of the additional criteria used.
To compare the inhibitory activity present in the cladode, a series of inhibitory assays were performed using synthetic substrates as mentioned above.
is a short shrub (up to 1 m tall), with orbiculate or obovate cladodes, 10-20 cm long, 6-18 cm wide.
dillenii cladodes of uniform shape and maturity were collected from Donghai Island, Zhanjiang City, Guangdong Province, China.
ideally, we would find a white cladode, dry and badly damaged, at the site where the plant was recorded the previous year.
The cladodes (the cactus leaves or pads) are covered with stiff thorns, while the tuna has detachable microscopic hairs, called glochids, that can easily penetrate bare skin.
This predictability also extends to other desert species such as Opuntia where the fresh weights of cladodes are correlated with cladode width ([r.
Until March 2012, the clones were maintained under rainfed conditions, when plants were harvested, leaving only the basal cladode.
Le boomerang aura l'effet de fouettage par cladode de cactus.