fructification


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fructification

[′frək·tə·fə′kā·shən]
(botany)
The process of producing fruit.
A fruit and its appendages.
(mycology)
A sporogenous structure.
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This could probably be due to the river sand providing good aeration for the germination and fructification of the mushrooms.
Concerning the low rate of visitation, and consequent low fructification rate, abortions caused by self-pollination, and fruit and seed predation, we discern a danger situation for the maintenance of B.
The modular robotic manufacturing cell presented in this paper represent a second fully automated subsystem dedicated for mushrooms cultivation in controlled atmosphere conditions, designed by authors as a completely new robotic subsystem allowing septic cultivation condition and respecting food safety standards by completely excluding human operators involvement in the production cycles and allowing controllable and repeatable production cycles by continuously monitoring and adapting of the environment parameters to different cultivation phases (as incubation and fructification are).
Eventually, whatever mutual fructification, support, or inspiration that was created by relations with those in other kingdoms will fade into polite professional contact, pleasant but not productive.
The involvement of microbiological components of peat based casing materials in fructification of Agaricus bisporus, Mushroom Sci.
An inflorescence consists of all parts of the plant that are genuinely connected with the sexual organs or fruits and developed for their presentation during anthesis (for pollination) and fructification (for distribution of the seeds).
Letacon F, Delmas J, Gleyze R (1982) Effect of soil-water regime and fertilization on fructification of the black truffle of perigord (Tuber melanosporum Vitt.
Gupta (crop and soil science, University of Georgia) looks at nutrient stress, both deficiency and toxicity, in general in crops, then details the effects of stresses such as soil acidity, allelochemicals, soil compaction, drought, water-logging, humidity, radiation, air pollution, and parasitic weeds, examining how these stresses affect nutrient availability, uptake, transport, utilization, crop growth, and fructification.
Some view this festival as fructification of praying to the goddess of wealth and being blessed by Her.
Although still based on circumstantial evidence, it is suggested that paired trigonocarpalean ovules are a fructification structure of M.
Freyr and Freyja, a brother and sister who married each other, are spirit-powers of rain, love, fertility, and fructification.
Saturn is here the reaper, whose sharps sickle destroys all that is lovely and bears blossom: he lets no roses or lilies flower, and cannot bear fructification.