determinate growth

determinate growth

[də′tər·mə·nət ′grōth]
(botany)
Growth in which the axis, or central stem, being limited by the development of the floral reproductive structure, does not grow or lengthen indefinitely.
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The locus fin accounts for determinacy in most varieties with determinate growth habit, which originate from the Andean gene pool, whereas the second locus accounts for determinacy in some Michigan navy bean cultivars, which resulted from an artificial mutagenesis program (Kelly, 2001).
furzeri displays determinate growth and undergoes rapid senescence in as little as three months.
By controlling parameter values, our comprehensive model gives various growth curve shapes ranging from indeterminate to determinate growth.
Their fast, determinate growth meant the giant club mosses generated enormous quantities of peat.
Among benthic marine species, cowries (Gastropoda; Cypraeidae) are particularly suitable for the study of adult body size because they exhibit explicit determinate growth, which makes it easy to quantify body size at the onset of the adult stage.
Pecos was 8 d later maturing and 16 cm taller than the check, which is a short bush type with determinate growth habit.
Many groups of organisms do not have either the fixed cell lineage or the determinate growth pattern found in C.
KY98-2047 has purple flowers, gray pubescence, tan pod color, buff hilum color, and determinate growth habit.
The attribution of a definable colony form and maximum size suggests that growth of the modules is in some fashion constrained, which suggests determinate growth.
Freedom has a determinate growth habit, white flowers, gray pubescence, and tan pod walls.
NC-Roy has yellow seeds with dull luster and buff hila, brown pod walls, white flowers, gray pubescence, and determinate growth habit.
Plants of S01-9269 have a determinate growth habit with white flowers, tawny pubescence, tan pods, and shiny yellow seed with brown hila.