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radicle

[′rad·ə·kəl]
(botany)
The embryonic root of a flowering plant.
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Finally, in every treatment 3 random samples were chosen and radicle length, plumule length, radicle to plumule length ratio, radicle fresh weight, and seedling fresh weight were measured and calculated.
Routinely, the type D explants were inoculated keeping radicle side portion of cotyledonary ring portion in contact with the medium and plumule side up.
The study included characterization of the raw material, palm shell bio-oil properties, and the effect of the bio-oil on germination and radicle growth.
Radicle pruning prior to planting has relatively little impact on subsequent seedling growth.
5) Dry weight of the radicle, cotyledon and hypocotyl,
Seeds were first soaked in distilled water until the radicles reached a length of about 2cm.
Seeds were considered germinated when the radicle was longer than 3 mm.
The process of developing a radicle, creating vascular tissue and leaves, and developing flowers and other organs in the plant body involves cell separation and adhesion, a study important not only for its own sake but in applications to horticulture and agriculture.
More than the germination rate, the radicle length was influenced by water extracts of semi-coke.
Mr Williams warned there could be deadlock if a mayor was elected on what he called a radicle nationalist agenda.
Lodhi (1976) found that soils collected in January, April, and August under sycamore, hackberry, red oak, and white oak inhibited seed germination and radicle growth of Bromus japonicum and Elymus canadensis.
Saffari and Torabi-Sirchi [17] reported that wheat straw extract (variety of Falat) had a significant effect on reducing radicle length growth on corn 647 variety at concentration of 20, 40, 60, 80 and 100% According to Tanveer et al [21] mean germination time in maize (Zea mays L.