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glume

[glüm]
(botany)
One of two bracts at the base of a spikelet of grass.
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The bracts of the ultimate branchlets (spikelet bracts) are often barely distinct from glumes (Goetghebeur, 1998).
Emmer spikelets usually contain two grains and two glume bases (the latter of which are the only chaff parts that routinely survive charring).
In the traits like glume, spring cultivar, and ears density; the hypothesis of the inheritance of the one gene was tested by [X.
The flower is subtended by the spikelet prophyll, which forms an utriculus that envelops flower, rachilla and distal glume (Fig.
Goetghebeur (1998) classified all taxa characterised by Cyperus-type embryo in Cypereae, whereas Bruhl (1995) placed genera having spiral glume arrangement (i.
in southern Africa, 26: Glume epidermal silica deposits as a character
Dolmen II 8000 mandible Dolmen IV 9001 bone fragment Grave Feature Organic remains Dolmen IV 9012 base of glume and burnt organic food remains (< 1 g) Class of Waney Grave/Firepit Feature diameter edge Grave A 6008 5 6007 4 6018 3 6001 5 Grave B 3001 ?
the glume wheats einkorn, emmer and the 'new' wheat type [Jones et al.
Samples from Periods 1A and 1B comprise a wide range of taxa, including glume wheats (Triticum spp.
In both of these studies the wheats were identified from waterlogged chaff including spikelet and glume bases.
Contractor name : FLOWERING GLUME GENERAL CONSTRUCTION CO.
Inflorescences produce 'blocky' glume epidermal cells, characterized by large conical hairs, which are called 'peaks' in this study.