trifoliate


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trifoliate

[trī′fō·lē‚āt]
(botany)
Having three leaves or leaflets.
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[27.] Afoakwa EO and S Sefa-Dedeh Textural and micro structural changes associated with post-harvest hardening of trifoliate yam (Dioscorea dumetorum) pax tubers.
From the field plots, 20 different plants per seed treatment were identified, and the tallest trifoliate from the canopy was excised from an individual plant, placed into a cooler containing wet ice, and transported to the laboratory.
The consumption of trifoliate yam is restricted due to the bitter taste, inability to keep for longer time after harvesting and poor binding capacity of the flour [8, 9, 7, 10].
For the determination of the contents of macro and micronutrients, the second, third and fourth trifoliate leaves were collected, including the petiole, using the analytical methods described in Malavolta et al.
It is concluded that mycorrhizal symbiosis increased root H+ effluxes and improved RSA of trifoliate orange seedlings under salt stress, which might enhance salt tolerance of the host plant.
The treatments were: 1) control (plants with no injury); 2) removal of one cotyledon; 3) removal of both cotyledons; 4) removal of both cotyledons and one unifoliate leaf; 5) removal of both cotyledons and both unifoliate leaves; 6) removal of one unifoliate leaf; 7) removal of both unifoliate leaves; 8) cut below the unifoliate leaves; 9) removal of the trifoliate leaf sprouts; 10) total defoliation (including trifoliate leaves); and 11) total defoliation with additional removal of the apical bud.
* Effect of cassava starch substitution on the functional and sensory properties of trifoliate yam (Dioscorea dumetorum) flours.
At the third trifoliate leaf stage in alfalfa axillary meristems often become active, which is considered the initiation of mature plant growth (Meyer, 1999).
A lot of 8,000 kg of seeds was stored in packages made of trifoliate kraft paper, with mass of 40 kg, arranged in piles of 50 volumes; another lot of 8,000 kg, cooled, was stored in big bags with capacity for 1,000 kg and arranged on pallets at the floor level.
Use of lying dragon trifoliate orange as dwaring rootstock for citrus under tropical climatic conditions.
4: Effect of mycorrhizal colonization in kenaf plant with different moisture levels grown on BRIS soil: (a) shoot biomass, (b) root biomass, (c) plant height, (d) mycorrhizal root infection that the symbiosis of AMF in trifoliate orange enhanced the soluble sugar and leaf chlorophyll content.