cladode


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Synonyms for cladode

a flattened stem resembling and functioning as a leaf

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The traits included outstanding phenotypes like fruit characteristics, quality and cladode morphology [19].
armatum was confirmed, it was considered the confrontation of the digestive proteases with cladode proteins to evaluate if some inhibition could be detected, this showed a noticeable inhibition of trypsin and chymotrypsin-like activities, and only a reduced inhibition of the elastase activity; suggesting that probably the elastase-like activity due to the low inhibition could be employed as part of the digestive proteases set to overcome the inhibitory effect of Opuntia proteins on the insect digestive process, thus allowing to this beetle species to exploit Opuntia cladodes as a food source.
However, Bowers (1996) suggests that the cladodes produced during the previous year leads to a higher number of unused areoles that translated into a higher number of new cladodes and flowers that was not necessarily coupled with rainfall.
This species dominates the nopal ecosystem through its long life span and ability to reproduce vegetatively by rooting of cladodes (Mandujano et al.
zonatus bugs were crushed on yellow pitaya cladodes on August 26, September 2 and 9, 2009.
Nobel PS, Israel AA (1994) Cladode development, environmental responses of C[O.
2] of cladode area, vertical cladodes facing east and west will intercept 23 mol photons/[m.
Flowers develop from the areolar meristems in pricklypear, which can produce either a flower or a cladode (Bowers 1996).
In the Meridional Highland of Mexico is located 35% of the Mexican species of Opuntia and some 144 variants, with different grade of humanization that they ate used by their cladode for forage, nopalitos like greenness and their fruits.
Projected cladode area of Retama and leaf area of Marrubium were measured destructively with an area meter (Delta-T Devices, Cambridge, England).
When a rotting cladode was discovered, it was opened and the flies attracted to it were collected from its surface.
During the first biennial (two years) cycle, the crop was conducted under rainfed conditions, with the first cut in February 2012 (686 days after planting--DAP), maintaining only the basal cladode.