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ideotype

[′id·ē·o‚tīp]
(systematics)
A specimen identified as belonging to a specific taxon but collected from other than the type locality.
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25) presented greatest probabilities of belonging to ideotype I (class I), and they possessed the highest general adaptability and stability (Figure 3a).
Thus, the agronomic ideotype can be obtained by simultaneous selection of grain yield, characters related to architecture of the ideal plant, resistance to abiotic and biotic stress factors, and nutritional quality of the final product.
How plant architecture affects light absorption and photosynthesis in tomato: towards an ideotype for plant architecture using a functional-structural plant model.
Breeding for yield components and the creation of new sunflower ideotype require an increased use of wild species of Helianthus and potential inbreds in breeding programmes, yet hybrid superiority over male and female inbreds is the key to successful development of sunflower hybrids.
The Harumanis seedling from elite rootstock and ideotype scion were planted in 500m2 greenhouse at planting 3.
This could also be step forward towards breeding for ideotype plants in wheat.
Progress in ideotype breeding to increase rice yield potential.
Since the selection of superior genotypes aim at identifying several characters simultaneously, knowledge about the phenotypic correlations can help in the selection of a plant ideotype best suited to the demands of a modern and competitive agriculture (Coimbra et al.
In search of a maize ideotype for cell wall enzymatic degradability using histological and biochemical lignin characterization.
The ideotype are determined by the method for integrated analysis of adaptability and phenotypic stability (NASCIMENTO et al.
In presenting feudal society as "a caricature," the author abandons the "old school" ideotype of French historians in favour of continuity and evolution between the ages.