Scutella classified as aborted remained immature, were about one-fourth the size of mature scutella, and contained no nutlets
b) Collecting herbarium control samples (about 180 collections) which were included as vouchers (Appendix 1) and nutlet
samples for the project's sample file (currently containing 150 accessions); and
Survival and inflorescence production are compared for individuals arising from these four-seeded "dispersal units" and those generated by planting nutlets
Within Cypereae and Cyperaceae, species with distigmatic styles and dorsiventrally compressed nutlets
Some species from remote areas or those having difficult access in the country (Narino, Santander, Boyaca) were cultured in Bogota for obtaining nutlets
Micromorphology, anatomy and mixocarpy of nutlets
of selected Micromeria species (Lamiaceae).
Anticipate that the pecan casebearer caterpillar may be wreaking havoc on developing nutlets
in early May, and ask your local extension office for organic spray programs.
At that time, fruit seediness or the number of enclosed ripe nutlets
was also determined for each ripe fruit.
It goes as follows: Pull or dig up all the grass, underground stems and nutlets
that you can.
In the Betulaceae (birches, alders, and relatives), fruits vary from small, winged nutlets
in some Alnus and Betula, to medium-sized nutlets
with a leafy involucre in Carpinus and Ostrya, to large nuts in Corylus (Stone, 1973; Crane, 1989).
Seed traps were emptied weekly from May to November, their contents were sorted, then nutlets
were counted and tested for viability (Houle and Payette 1990).
Flowers contain four uniovulate mericarps; hence, each flower can produce 0-4 single-seeded nutlets