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the fruiting stage of the inflorescence

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By contrast, the achenes of domesticated plants mostly remain on the plant, and birds perch on the infructescences gorging on the seeds.
Compared to Ziemupe in plants from Uzava seeds were more firmly attached to the infructescence, which suggests that the fruits were less mature.
were found on dry stems and leaves surrounding infructescences collected at Ziemupe, Dr E.
Biodiversity of saprobic microfungi associated with the infructescences of Protea species in South Africa.
camara plants produced an average ([+ or -] SE) of 1,075 [+ or -] 158 infructescences, each containing 12 [+ or -] 1 fruits per infructescence.
fortis visited 6 [+ or -] 1 infructescences, consuming 5 [+ or -] 0 fruits per infructescence (Table 1).
We randomly selected and harvested one infructescence per plant each of the five blowouts in each of the two county locations for seed count, weight, and viability.
In 2006 and 2007, we calculated seed production per plant by weighing all the seeds per infructescence and multiplying the number of seeds per infructescence by the average number of infructescences produced per plant over a 14-year monitoring period across Nebraska sites (Stubbendieck et.
Unfortunately, during my two years living and working in Panama (February 1999 to April 2001), I only ever found old infructescences and one half-eaten pale yellow flower, which is not enough to be certain of their identity.
When the infructescences are immature, the perigynia are appressed to ascending in this species.
Revised description: Infructescence with elliptic subsessile
this analysis, both have thick, succulent infructescence axes
In the midstory palm Attalea funifera female sex expression is favored by smaller and fewer neighboring trees, a pattern that probably reflects light limitation, because the cost of producing a female infructescence relative to a male inflorescence is 13:1 (Voeks, 1988).
The cupule and enclosed nutlets detached from the infructescence singly or in groups and may have been adapted for wind dispersal.
He pointed out that the function of the inflorescence (display for pollinators) often conflicts with that of the infructescence (structural support of sometimes heavy fruits, and positioning of those fruits for seed dispersal).