anthesis


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anthesis

[an′thē·səs]
(botany)
The flowering period in plants.
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Increase or decrease in stem dry weight with concomitant increase in grain weight was more evident at 12 days after anthesis (Fig.
Martre, P Simulation of environmental and genotypic variations of final leaf number and anthesis date for wheat.
Significant differences in the viability of maize pollen grains were detected among cultivars, days of anthesis, and times of day (Table 1).
Key words: Popcorn, epistasis, additive x additive, anthesis, ear height.
The higher grain yield in kg/ha was produced by PBGST-03, PBGST-04, Bhittai and Sarsabz in water stress imposed at anthesis.
Therefore, based on the results of this study, the optimum time to harvest calendula flower heads for the maximum production of flavonoids was three days after anthesis.
In addition, cross-pollinations were performed during the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd days of anthesis in flowers of female plants.
The grain yield is reduced by 28 per cent by the stress from tillering to anthesis as compared to unstressed treatment in irrigated wheat crops.