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The relationship between phenological development in wheat ( Triticum aestivum L.) and growth was studied to determine if the switch from a vegetative to a reproductive apex increases plant growth rate. Plant partitioning and relative growth rates during vegetative and pre-flowering reproductive...
Irrigation of rapid-cycling brassica ( Brassica campestris (rapa) L.) plants either ended 16 or 24 days after pollination (DAP) or continued throughout the experiment (control). Seeds were harvested serially from these plants during their development and maturation. The earlier irrigation to the...
Floral development and anatomy of Moringa have been investigated in the context of the disputed view of a capparalean affinity. Flowers arise in terminal or axillary panicles. Sepals arise sequentially and petals simultaneously. Antepetalous stamens arise simultaneously and precede the...
Effects of flexible leaflet orientations on light capture and photosynthesis were investigated for Arisaema heterophyllum Blume, a perennial herb with a single palmately compound leaf, in two contrasting light environments: a riparian forest understorey and an adjacent deforested open site. Leaf...
Primula vulgaris Huds., P. veris L., P. frondosa Janka, and three populations of P. farinosa L. were legitimately and illegitimately pollinated, and the self-fertile P. scotica selfed and cross-pollinated and then subjected to uniform temperature conditions of 6, 15 or 26 °C for 4 d before...
The mechanical development of the anchorage system of the tap rooted tropical species Mallotus wrayi King (Euphorbiaceae) was investigated by pulling over and examining trees with a diameter at breast height (d bh ) of 4.2 cm to 14.3 cm. The mode of mechanical failure depended upon the size of...
The Florida Everglades is a subtropical wetland dominated by Cladium jamaicense (sawgrass), a native sedge that forms extensive, monospecific stands. Sawgrass exhibits several modes of reproduction, including sexual (seed production) and asexual (rhizome propagation) types. In this study, the...
An understanding of the principal factors regulating the growth of temperate cereals will identify opportunities to manipulate crop growth. In an accompanying paper (Gomez-Macpherson, Richards and Masle, Annals of Botany 82 : 315–322, 1998), growth around the start of floral initiation was...
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