monopodium

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monopodium

[‚män·ə′pōd·ē·əm]
(botany)
A primary axis that continues to grow while giving off successive lateral branches.
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87) showed more monopodia per plant than F3 populations (0.
80) revealed maximum monopodia per plant and was at par with F3 population CIM-506 x CIM-446 (1.
Traits measurement and statistical analyses: Data were recorded on plant height, monopodia per plant, bolls per sympodia, boll weight, seeds per boll and seed cotton yield.
The F4 population SLH-284 x CIM-707 S1 revealed minimum monopodia per plant (0.
Ray and Richmond (1966) reported that first fruiting branch node number of monopodia and bolls per vegetative branches are the important attributes while Godoy (1994) emphasized on measuring the plant height days to first flower and first open boll for assessing the cotton genotypes for earliness.
Bolls on monopodia (vegetative branches) were pooled and placed in a separate zone.
Effects of early flower bud loss and mepiquat chloride (MC) applications on yield distribution of lower and mid-level sympodia and monopodia of cotton cv.
Moderate estimates of heritability were found for nodes to1st fruiting branch (35%) monopodia per plant (34%) and sympodia per plant (43%).
List of abbreviations used: NTFFB= Nodes to 1st fruiting branch MPP= Monopodia per plant SPP= sympodia per plant PH= Plant height BWT= boll weight SL= Staple length FF= fiber fineness FS= Fiber strength EI= earliness index GOT= Ginning out turn DFS= days to 1st square DFF= days to 1st flower CLCuV= Cotton leaf curl virus GCV= genotypic coefficient of variation PCV= phenotypic coefficient of variation
Plant height, number of mainstem nodes, and monopodia numbers were measured.
In monopodia plant-1 and plant height the environment contribution was least i.
Squares produced on monopodia ("vegetative" branches) were determined to be either FP1, FP2, etc.