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glume

[glüm]
(botany)
One of two bracts at the base of a spikelet of grass.
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Among the spikelets with a single glume, a rachilla remnant may or may not be recognized.
Number of Trait Phenotype individual in F2 Total Capillary glume Capillary glume 136 180 Non capillary 44 glume Ear density Concentrated ears 30 180 Non Concentrated 150 ears Need to make Spring 137 180 spring Semi-spring 43 Probability Trait Phenotype [X.sup.2.sub.3:1] % Capillary glume Capillary glume 0.03 0.853 Non capillary glume Ear density Concentrated ears 6/67 ** 0.01 Non Concentrated ears Need to make Spring 0.119 0.731 spring Semi-spring **: Meaningful in p = 1% Table 3-5.
griffithsii Scribner and Smith], which is similar to Montana wheatgrass with the exception of its pubescent glumes and lemmas, apparently arose from crosses involving the pubescent form of thickspike.
Next, the IM may generate or not a varying number of bracts whose axillary meristems do not develop and, finally, it generates fertile leaves (glumes) with floral meristems (FM) in their axils, which make up the terminal spikelet.
The specific epithet alludes to the characteristic channel seen between two consecutive nerves on Glume 1.
A new glume originates spirally to distichously, immediately under the spikelet apex, as a rim-like structure (Fig.
Generic classification in tribe Cypereae and subfamily Cyperoideae dates back to Linneaus (1753), who described the genera Scirpus and Cyperus to include all species of Cyperaceae with bisexual flowers, and distinguished by the spiral versus distichous glume arrangement in Scirpus and Cyperus respectively.
Tugela-DN is resistant to both stem rust and stripe rust but susceptible to crown rot and glume blotch, while Tugela is resistant to stem rust, moderately susceptible to leaf rust and crown rot, and susceptible to scab (caused by Fusarium spp.) and glume blotch.
The levels of infection for the glume, lemma, and palea for Ernie were very similar ([approximately equal to] 8%) to visual ratings in the greenhouse.
The glume is pubescent, tan, narrow, and long and the glume shoulder is wanting.
P961341 has resistance to leaf and glume blotch [caused by Stagonospora nodorum (Berk.) Castellani and Germano] typically averaging a score of 4 (0-9 scale in which 0 = no symptoms to 9 = severe disease in glumes).