cultivar


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cultivar

[′kəl·tə‚vär]
(biology)
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virescens; cultivars NA 7337 RR, SYN 1163 RR, NK 7059 RR, and ANTA 82 RR, formed the group with moderate resistance; cultivar IAC 100 was separated from the remaining cultivars and was classified as resistant; and cultivar M 7110 IPRO also was separated from the remaining cultivars and determined as having high resistance.
The three breedings that stood out as being superior to the controls have the cultivar Oso Grande as one of the parents.
Fifty grams from each cultivar were randomly and separately were placed in the glass Petri dish from those samples collected between 2013 and 2014 from all regions of Jordan, and those collected between 2010 and 2015 from only Amman governorate.
This behavior can contribute to explaining the classification of the cultivar BRS Monarca as susceptible to [Al.
Differences in the cycle duration of 'Brazos' cultivar were observed in the following harvests, evidencing that the flowering of the first year was atypical for this cultivar.
The "located" incompatibility index ranged among the following classes: A, perfect graft tissue union with no visible lines; B, good graft tissue union, where the union lines were continuous in the wood and bark, although the wood lines were often not visible because of the excessive number of stripes; C, graft tissue union with bark discontinuity, where the cultivar and rootstock wood tissues were separated by a dark-brown layer with a bark-like appearance; D, graft tissue union with vascular discontinuity, where the cultivar and rootstock wood tissues were separated, while the bark tissue resembled that of class C in appearance; or E, the graft tissue union was broken in the orchard or greenhouse.
Hardneck cultivars tend to have a more complex flavor profile--they're richer, spicier, and generally more 'garlicky.
All of these Pst pathotypes increased on susceptible wheat cultivar Mingxian 169 in the greenhouse of IPP CAAS.
The larval and cocoon parameters, ERR and silk productivity were significantly more when the eri silkworms were fed with leaves of the castor cultivar GAUCH-1.
This included the BC 1 cultivar TucCP 77-42 which was selected in Argentina from a cross made at Houma [10].