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ideotype

[′id·ē·o‚tīp]
(systematics)
A specimen identified as belonging to a specific taxon but collected from other than the type locality.
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How plant architecture affects light absorption and photosynthesis in tomato: towards an ideotype for plant architecture using a functional-structural plant model.
The Harumanis seedling from elite rootstock and ideotype scion were planted in 500m2 greenhouse at planting 3.
The ideotype are determined by the method for integrated analysis of adaptability and phenotypic stability (NASCIMENTO et al.
Search of a maize ideotype for cell wall enzymatic degradability using histological and biochemical lignin characterization.
In presenting feudal society as "a caricature," the author abandons the "old school" ideotype of French historians in favour of continuity and evolution between the ages.
2005), the ideotype of the maximum general adaptability presents the maximum values observed for all the environments studied (ideotype I).
Therefore, the genotypes with performance close to the maximum values of ideotypes I, II and III, in addition to presenting high adaptability to each one of the situations, also tended to present high general stability (if close to ideotype I) or specific stability to the set of favorable environments (close to ideotype II) or unfavorable environments (close to ideotype III).
Table 4 shows the identification of the ideotypes for each location, the cropping season as well as the [I.
The distance from the genotypes to each ideotype is calculated based on the theorem of Pythagoras, where the hypotenuse is the square root of the square sum of the adjacent and the opposite catheter.
Assuming an experiment that evaluated the yields of various genotypes (among them genotype i), used to establish ideotype k, in E different locations (A, B, .
k] represent the yield value determined for ideotype k in the E environments, respectively.
Durum Wheat Ideotypes for Sustainable Farming in Diversified Environments.