nonflowering


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without flower or bloom and not producing seeds

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A nonflowering land plant phylogeny inferred from nucleotide sequences of seven chloroplast, mitochondrial, and nuclear genes.
Powder air dried nonflowering aerial parts of Mayodendron igneum (500 g) were successively extracted in a Soxhlet apparatus using petroleum ether, chloroform, ethyl acetate and ethanol 95%.
The nonflowering plants, including the bryophytes, ferns, and gymnosperms, account for about 40,000 living species.
For nonflowering plants to add color to landscapes, baskets, and planters, try the Blazin' Lime Iresine.
Cuttings taken from nonflowering stems will have more of the hormones needed for successful rooting than stems with flowers.
Cuttings should be taken from nonflowering shoots in August and kept somewhere suitably cool.
Variegated Tapioca joins another colorful nonblooming annual, Supersun Coleus, as one of only two nonflowering plants in the program, thanks to its inherent showiness and heat-, drought-, and pest-resistance.
The relative influences of mortality, nonflowering, and sex change on the sex ratios of six atriplex species.
Simply choose healthy, nonflowering shoots and trim the cuttings 3-4ins long just below a leaf joint.
That ability is mostly the province of ancient, nonflowering lineages, such as mosses and liverworts.
Q: I would like to plant a nonflowering shrub that would grow to a height of 8 to 10 feet and serve as a screen along my property line.
They spend that whole next year as a nonflowering cluster of leaves and bloom in the following year.
Moss is one of a number of primitive, nonflowering plants or plantlike organisms you may encounter in and around the garden.
Think of the diverse genomes as navigation beacons, says Brent Mishler of the University of California, Berkeley, who has championed a proposal submitted to the Department of Energy (DOE) for sequencing nonflowering plants.
One speaker at the symposium, Dennis Stevenson, spoke on the topic of inflorescences in nonflowering vascular plants.