caryopsis


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Synonyms for caryopsis

dry seed-like fruit produced by the cereal grasses: e

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The aim of this work is to carry out an ultrastructure description of the leaf blade, ligule, auricles, inflorescence and caryopsis of O.
Burs were considered to have germinated after one radicle had emerged, although burs may contain more than one caryopsis.
Taxonomic of the most common weedy European Echinochloaspecies(Poaceae:Panicoideae) with special emphasis on characters of the lemma and caryopsis.
In this vacuum, the AACC endorsed the following definition: "Whole grains shall consist of the intact, ground, cracked or flaked caryopsis, whose principal anatomical components--the starchy endosperm, germ and bran--are present in substantially the same proportions as they exist in the intact caryopsis.
2004; Saenjum, 2012) have clearly shown that most compounds of interest are in the bran' section, surface layers of de- husked caryopsis (pericarp, the aleurone and some sub- aleurone cells) plus the embryo which are removed by polishing in the milling process.
Nonetheless, AACC has endorsed the following definition: "Whole grains shall consist of the intact, ground, cracked or flaked caryopsis, whose principal anatomical components--the starchy endosperm, germ and bran--are present in substantially the same proportions as they exist in the intact caryopsis.
distribution in the caryopsis and inflorescence bracts of Setaria
Characterisation and functional analysis of two barley caleosins expressed during barley caryopsis development.
Photochemical activity in chloroplasts of anthers and caryopsis in cereals.
The mechanical treatment of pricking the caryopsis hull once (one side of caryopsis) or twice (opposite sides of caryopsis) with a pin was tested to determine if pricking promoted water uptake over time (24, 48, 72, and 96 h) and germination of hulled seed.
In Table III we see that the caryopsis (c) which is situated in the terminal spikelet germinates the poorest and the lowest one in the dispersal unit ([a.
The term "chaffy-seed" denotes seed units consisting of a caryopsis and its subtending appendages (lemma, palea, glumes, hairs, and awns).
Spike-row number, hull type, caryopsis color, and lemma color were scored in the laboratory by standard rating codes.