infructescence


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infructescence

[‚in‚frək′tes·əns]
(botany)
An inflorescence's fruiting stage.
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Thus, 13% of the fruit production was consumed on the plant, while 11% was dislodged, mostly as a consequence of infructescence manipulation (Fig.
fortis visited more plants, ate at fewer infructescences per plant and ate less fruits per bout, but ate more fruits per infructescence.
Number of recorded visits per bird species, visited infructescences (mean [+ or -] SE), consumed fruits per bout, and per infructescence in the Dry Zone of Santa Cruz (Galapagos Islands) during the 2009 cool-dry season.
Information on foraging behavior for each bird included: number of infructescences visited, fruits consumed per foraging bout, and bird behavior after feeding.
The number of verticillasters increased as the length of the infructescence stalk increased (Fig.
Total capsules per infructescence and inflorescence height were correlated [[R.
Infructescence length did not differ among treatments, either among years or between sites in the two county locations (P < 0.
The average number of seeds per infructescence stalk varied significantly between the two county locations (P = 0.
the infructescence axis, and have an acuminate apex or a rostrum at
bivascularis infructescences, all of the fossil species are based
leaves, the fossil infructescences could belong to Lomatia.
the combination of characters preserved in the infructescences from