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monopodium

[‚män·ə′pōd·ē·əm]
(botany)
A primary axis that continues to grow while giving off successive lateral branches.
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Monopodia per plant ranged from 0.47 to 1.80 in parental cultivars and 0.20 to 1.60 in F3 populations (Fig.
The parental cultivar CIM-506 (1.80) revealed maximum monopodia per plant and was at par with F3 population CIM-506 x CIM-446 (1.60).
Traits measurement and statistical analyses: Data were recorded on plant height, monopodia per plant, bolls per sympodia, boll weight, seeds per boll and seed cotton yield.
Monopodia per plant varied from 0.47 to 1.80 and 0.40 to 2.40 in parental genotypes and F4 populations, respectively (Fig.
On the Wrotham cabinet the therm figures of Ceres and Bacchus, emblematic of summer and autumn, that support the stand of the Drumlanrig cabinet, and also appear on the Wallace cabinet, were replaced around 1795-1800 by Egyptian monopodia, introducing neo-classical restraint in place of baroque exuberance.
All bolls produced on monopodia were pooled separately.
reduction in monopodia profuse flowering higher boll setting and opening at earlier stages of crop growth less and smaller leaves shorter internode length semi-determinate types lower sympodial node number short sympodial branches cluster fruit bearing types medium boll size sub-okra types and dwarf stature plants.
Bolls on monopodia (vegetative branches) were pooled and placed in a separate zone.
Moderate estimates of heritability were found for nodes to1st fruiting branch (35%) monopodia per plant (34%) and sympodia per plant (43%).
Plant height, number of mainstem nodes, and monopodia numbers were measured.
In monopodia plant-1 and plant height the environment contribution was least i.e.
Squares produced on monopodia ("vegetative" branches) were determined to be either FP1, FP2, etc.