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... BUD MUTATION: A bud variation resulting from local genetic alteration and producing a permanent modification that usually can be retained by grafting. BUD SPORT: The product of bud mutation or bud variation. BUD VARIATION: In the outgrowth of a bud ...
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Angiosperm Families - Chenopodiaceae Vent.
... usually isomerous with the perianth; oppositisepalous (when ascertainable). Anthers bent inwards in bud; dehiscing via longitudinal slits; tetrasporangiate. Endothecium developing fibrous thickenings. Microsporogenesis simultaneous ... Seeds more or less non-endospermic. Perisperm present, or absent (the variation of classificatory interest). Seeds with starch. Cotyledons 2. Embryo chlorophyllous (5/ ...
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Espaliers
... the ends are necessary to complete the pattern edges. The losange pattern ( Figure 4 ), a variation of the Belgian fence, permits side branches to develop at spaced intervals to achieve increased ... name Common Name Section of State1 Leaf Persistence Light Requirements Basic Pattern Cercis canadensis Red bud N-C Deciduous Full sun / partial shade Informal Comment: Rose flowers in early spring. Citrus ...
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Tree Physiology, Volume 1, 1986: Contents
... Jean-Maurice Gaultier and Alain David Tree Physiology 1:3136 [ Summary ] [ Full Text ] Seasonal variation in the biomass and non-structural carbohydrate content of fine roots of teak (Tectona grandis ... [ Summary ] [ Full Text ] Effect of GA4 + 7 on the initiation and development of the inflorescence bud of evergreen azalea Monique Bodson Tree Physiology 1:101113 [ Summary ] [ Full Text ] Effects ...
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Tree Physiology, Volume 26, 2006: Contents
... Ma and Steven H. Strauss Tree Physiology 26:411419 [ Summary ] [ Full Text ] Interspecific variation in nighttime transpiration and stomatal conductance in a mixed New England deciduous forest Michael ... Nathan G. Phillips Tree Physiology 26:421430 [ Summary ] [ Full Text ] Temperature regulation of bud-burst phenology within and among years in a young Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) plantation ...
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Western Suburbs Orchid Society Inc. Homepage - Sydney, Australia.
... burn, even in June. Other Cultural Information: Cattleyas grow best when there is a daily variation in temperature. A minimum of 12C rising to 26C is much better than a constant ... there some sunshine, a temperature variation and moderate humidity levels. Flowering: Plants will only flower from the new pseudobulb. Most autumn flowering plants will commence bud development once the pseudobulb is mature ...
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Year 2000 New Large-Flowered Hybrids
... determines the physical traits of the mature plant, is subject to variation, or re-arrangement, to a greater or lesser degree, during the ... , when a plant produces its first flower bud or buds, you watch the development of the bud with an exceedingly keen eye. The anticipation ... were not so much a revelation, I did catch the first bud in the process of opening, which is a good illustration of ...
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The Virginia Camellia Society - Education - Gibbing
... select a vegetative bud next to a plump, well-developed flower bud. Twist out the vegetative bud leaving a "cup" of bud scales at the ... size of the flower bud, and the weather are a few of the variables which affect the time element. Considerable variation occurs among ... buds is easy. Select well developed flower bud, remove vegetative bud beside the flower bud and place one drop of acid in the ...
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The Trepidation of Pruning
... the ground many years. The illusion of leaving a given number of bud eyes on each cane is unrealistic, and we would welcome having the ... an inch below the dead part of the cane. If no like bud remains, remove the entire cane. Now take out all weak stems, twiggy ... a cut is made. Roses on their own roots usually require some variation in pruning. Old- fashioned garden charm and ease of care tend to ...
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Thelymitras Page 250
... leaves, numbers and size of flowers as they all vary in the extreme, seasonal geographic variation changing habitat within a colony and for a given species, in other words the measurements ... observed to be carrying fertilized ovaries. SELF POLLINATORS A small group self pollinates in the bud (cleistogamous) and never opens, others on the border of this (subcleistogamous) will open their flowers ...
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