cladode


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cladode

[′kla‚dōd]
(botany)
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Relation between experimental coefficient of variation (ECV) and plot size in basic experimental unit (BEU) for the estimate of maximum curvature (XMC) of the variables plant height (A), total area of cladodes (B), number of cladodes (C), yield (D), cladode area (E), cladode length (F), cladode thickness (G) and cladode width (H) of cactus pear
The number of emitted shoots per cladode was higher in irrigated treatments of the all varieties (0.15-0.50 growths/cladode) than in not irrigated treatment of these varieties (0.075-0.10 growths/cladode) (as shown in Table 4).
ficus-indica cladode extracts on oxidative stress and genotoxicity induced in vivo by the mycotoxins zearalenone and aflatoxin B1 [119-121].
The presence or absence of spines, amount of spine per fruit and cladode, height of the plant, size and shape of cladode were some of the additional criteria used.
truncatus respectively when cladode proteins were added to reaction mixtures.
violacea Engelm.) is a short shrub (up to 1 m tall), with orbiculate or obovate cladodes, 10-20 cm long, 6-18 cm wide.
dillenii cladodes of uniform shape and maturity were collected from Donghai Island, Zhanjiang City, Guangdong Province, China.
macrorhiza in this study are transitions involving small life-history classes; for instance, the two largest elasticity values are transition from one cladode to 2-3 cladodes and of 2-3 cladode plants remaining in the same stage class for 2 consecutive years.
The cladodes (the cactus leaves or pads) are covered with stiff thorns, while the tuna has detachable microscopic hairs, called glochids, that can easily penetrate bare skin.
According to the orchard manager, the flies came almost immediately after he had crushed the coreid bug, which was feeding on a cladode of yellow pitaya, Selenicereus megalanthus (K.
Cockerell (1922) considered it to be a liliaceous flowering cladode, but closer examination of the type specimen, and other subsequently recovered specimens, shows features characteristic of fin-winged fruits (Fig.