The liquid contained within the bracts
was then pipetted into individual plastic pots.
In the axil of the primary bract
develops the secondary axis, bearing two sets of secondary bracts
and terminating in a secondary flower.
"People say, How do you get so many bracts
? and we say, Thats how the plant grows, " said Devin Dotson, the botanic gardens spokesman.
crotalifera have been introduced in the floriculture business mainly differentiated by the size and pigments colouration of bracts
. However, there is limited information about the relationships between bract
colour and pigment composition during the inflorescence development in this ornamental rhizomatic species.
Eryngium alpinum is just as blue but its bracts
are so divided they seem fluffy.
Quantitative characters were: plant height (from the plant basis to top of primary head); plant diameter (one end to the other of the lower leaves); floral stem length (from the plant basis to the primary head insertion); floral stem diameter (10cm below the primary head insertion); number, length and width of the leaves; number of lateral buds formed after harvest; days of implementation to harvest; fresh mass, length and diameter of the primary head; external bract
length; length, width and thickness of the bracts
' edible portion (bract
basis); thickness, fresh mass and diameter of the bottom; number of secondary heads per plant; bottom fresh mass/ primary head fresh mass ratio.
Extracts from bracts
stopped the bacteria responsible for these dental conditions from being able to stick to surfaces and prevented the release of some bacterial toxins.
are entire, 1-8 mm length, from sessile to amplexicaul.
In cotton (Gossypium hirsutum L.), bracts
, capsule walls, and stems are capable of photosynthetic C[O.sub.2] fixation.