At Estrela, there were no significant differences observed in the mean number of seeds per silique
between the three treatments (Kruskal-Wallis test: H=2.33, p=0.3114; see Table 1); however, it was greatest in the autogamy treatment.
In the original male-sterile mutant, the siliques
begin to develop, but arrest if it is not fertilised by pollen from another, normal plant.
After cleaning the plants were grouped according to different plant parts including root stem leaf and inflorescence (combination of buds flowers silique
walls and seeds).
Gharache et al,  Water stress at silique
feeding reduced grain per silique
and grain yield, biological yield, harvest index characteristics.
The TSSC in the root stem silique
and seed were reduced on average by 55.2% 55.0% 39.5% and 46.0% respectively with; paclobutrazol treatment at 10 cm stalk height during the two years (Fig.
Number of fruiting branches per plant, number of siliques
per plant and number of seeds per silique
varied significantly by different intercropping treatments compared with component sole crop of canola.
Reproductive stages like inflorescence raceme length, number of branches of inflorescence raceme and number of siliques
per plant were enhanced due to presence of Cd in the soil.
Likewise, different wheat and canola intercropping systems had significant effect on plant population, number of seeds per silique
, 1000-seed weight, seed yield, biological yield and harvest index of canola (Tables IV).
The results showed that, there was significant difference among cultivars in aspect of number of silique
in plant, number of seed in silique
, 1000 seed weight and seed yield (Table 5).
De novo transcriptome profiling of cold-stressed siliques
during pod filling stages in Indian mustard (Brassica juncea L.).
We threshed the plants and separated the seeds from siliques
by using a WINTERSTEIGER I.D 350 thresher (Amelia Earhart Drive, Salt Lake City, U.S.A.).
* SEED HARVEST: The seed pods (siliques
) turn tan to light brown when dry; harvest before they begin to split and spill seeds.