cultivar


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cultivar

[′kəl·tə‚vär]
(biology)
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tabaci species complex from the selected cotton cultivars fall under 3 haplotypes, all belonging to the network that corresponded to one of the 28 putative species identified in Dinsdale et al.
However, there is limited information on the impact of N application rate on yield and quality aspect of durum wheat cultivars cultivated in Ethiopia [12, 32], hence farmers use blanket recommendation of 100kg DAP and 50kg urea per hectare.
Since rice tiller production is determined in part by a plant's genetic makeup, crop breeders might someday be able to use this weedy rice trait to develop commercial rice cultivars that can convert rising C[O.
After 5 min, few adults were recorded feeding on the cultivar Diamante Negro (0.
The cultivar is currently going through the process of being certified as virus free via the National Clean Plant Network (NCPN), which requires repeated negative tests for a number of viruses.
Select early, mid-season and late-fruiting cultivars so as to pick fruit from July to September.
In order to meet the strong demand, the tea industry developed appropriate mechanization of tea growing and tea harvesting together with the introduction of high-yield and high-quality cultivars, which has remained a unique feature of the Japanese tea market.
Nevertheless, plant breeders do encourage us to keep an eye open for 'sports' produced by cross-pollination - some of the finest cultivars are found not in the laboratory but the garden.
The physical characteristics of chickpea were determined by selecting randomly 3 samples of 100 seeds from each cultivar.