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Daylily Dictionary: Pollen Parent
... : Pollen Parent POLLEN PARENT: The parent plant that contributes the male reproductive cells, i.e., the pollen. In hybridizing, the parent whose pollen is placed on the stigma of the plant that will become the pod parent. See Pod Parent ...
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New Cultivars1
... the Japanese Daruma as pollen parent because like other types of variegated clivias, the akebono variegation of LOB is maternal inheritance. However, Mr. Wu told me that the pollen parent also exert some impact on the akebono variegation of the progeny, this means that you can use another LOB plant as pollen parent to improve the variegation of ...
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... are also produced by crossing ordinary variegated plant with green leaf Henglan and Sparrow (as pollen parent). However, the chance of getting ideal seedlings is low. Tips on growing Henglan and Sparrow ...
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... answer comes back Genus Paphiopedilum Epithet Leeanum Seed Parent Genus Paphiopedilum Epithet insigne Pollen Parent Genus Paphiopedilum Epithet spicerianum Registrant Lawrence Originator Lawrence Date of registration 1/1/1884 This is a simple hybrid. The answer came back with two species. Often either the Pollen ...
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Evergreen daylilies - Daylily Forum - GardenWeb
... did not keep track of the number of seeds produced from Pink Stipes as a pollen parent and it would be very laborious to go through the bags of seeds in the ... good enough! LOL! I set only TWO pods on Pink Stripes, can't remember the pollen, but the seedlings are all planted now. Course my DASH IT x Pink Stripes is ...
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Gilding the Lily: Developments in Asiatic Hybrid Lilies
... female parent, and the other set of 12 chromosomes will have been inherited from the male, or pollen parent. When sexual cells from the female parent fuse with the sexual cells from the male parent ... , and instead of producing a normal sex cell with 12 chromosomes, the egg cell or pollen grain will contain 24 chromosomes. Should these abnormal cells fuse to produce a viable seed ...
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Care for Growing Hosta Babies?
... their offspring, either. However, they may still have the parent plant's texture, waviness, petiole (stem) color, etc. If you choose good parent plants and cross them, you may find a surprise ... . In the morning, I pull the anther from the hosta of my choice as a pollen parent, and rub the pollens onto the lonely stigma. Very simple, isn't it? Of course ...
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Hybrid Rhododendron
... blossoms. The basic difference is that azalea flowers have five pollen-bearing stamens while rhododendrons have 10 or more. Most of ... A hybrid is the product of a cross with a pollen parent and seed parent which are two different plants, either species or hybrids ... . dichroanthum) and narrow pointed leaves (from R. griersonianum), The other parent, 'Ole Olson', may provide the touch of yellow (from R, ...
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Daylily Dictionary: Pod Parent
Daylily Dictionary: Pod Parent POD PARENT: The parent plant that contributes the female reproductive cells. In hybridizing, the parent that forms the pods where the fertilized seeds develop and ripen. See Pollen Parent. Return to Terms Page Return to Daylily Image Map Return to AHS Home Page Copyright 2000 by the American Hemerocallis Society, all rights reserved
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Passiflora pollen SEM
... pollen | Passiflora 'Purple Haze' pollen | Passiflora phoenicea pollen | Passiflora 'Red Inca' pollen | Passiflora sanguinolenta pollen | Passiflora 'Sunburst' pollen | Passiflora xviolacea pollen | Passiflora yucatensis pollen Image 2005 Frans Holthuysen All Rights Reserved Notes:- 'Tetraploid' or 'triploid' refer to the parent ...
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