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Antonyms for awnless

lacking or having only very short awns


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When developed, slightly longer than the sessile one, (4-)4,5(-6) mm long, male, lanceolate, awnless, deep brown and in 45 degrees angle with respect to racemes.
Like Atlas, Atlas bmr-12 has white seed with no tannin-containing testa and normal white endosperm, is awnless, and has purple necrotic wound response and juicy culms.
For example, both BT1Ac and BT2Cb have a straw-colored hull and awnless seeds, and BT2Cb also has a white-colored pericarp/ testa.
The first seed purification of Steele-ND was in 2001 at Prosper, ND, when tall, early, and awnless variants were rouged before harvest.
GS-152, PI 634539), an awnless soft winter wheat, and 'Sebesta Blue-3' (Reg.
The rogued variant plants were taller in height (7-15 cm) or were awnless with red chaff.
Purendo-38, an awnless cultivar, was similar in plant height to CDC Teal, an awnless cultivar, indicating that the height of the pollinator source relative to CDC Teal was probably not a major factor in promoting the downward dispersal of pollen onto recipient plants in the field.
At anthesis, the apiculus is red whereas at maturity, the spikelet and apiculus are straw-colored and awnless. Plants have erect tillers, and the leaves, lemma, and palea are glabrous.
At maturity, the spikelet and apiculus are tawny-colored and awnless. Plants have erect tillers, and the leaves, lemma, and palea are glabrous.
The lemma may have an awn or awnlet or may be awnless. The lemma and palea enclose the sex organs (Percival, 1921).
In crosses between hulled homozygous [alpha]-fatuoids and hulled homozygous nonfatuoids, the [F.sub.2] generation has been observed to segregate in a 1:2:1 ratio (i.e., 1 awnless plant:2 plants with one awn per spikelet:1 plant with two or more awns per spikelet) (O'Mara, 1961).
The line has tan plant color (ppqq), light brown glume color, and is awnless (AA).