cladode


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Synonyms for cladode

a flattened stem resembling and functioning as a leaf

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The maximum curvature point with highest estimate for the characteristics evaluated was associated with total area of cladodes (Figure 1B), followed by green mass yield (Figure 1D) with approximate plot sizes of seven and eight BEUs, respectively.
Each tub contained a wire grid (10 x 27 cm), where the long ends were bent at right angles to form a support structure for the Opuntia cladodes (Fig.
Varieties Treatment of Achefri Aissa Moussa irrigation Number of emitted buds by cladode in March T1 (0 mm) 7.00 3.50 5.50 T2 (60+60 mm) 6.50 3.25 4.50 T3 (0+60 mm) 5.25 4.00 3.50 Mean 6.25 b 3.58 a 4.50 a ANOVA * * ns irrigations: ns (no significant difference).
Hespel, "Additive insulinogenic action of Opuntia ficus-indica cladode and fruit skin extract and leucine after exercise in healthy males," Journal of the International Society of Sports Nutrition, vol.
Majority of the identified varieties were with medium plant height, cladode number and size.
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.
Effect of hyaluronic acid and polysaccharide from Opuntia ficus indica{L.) cladodes on the metabolism of human chondrocyte clutures.J.
Beginning in 1999, we estimated size of plants by counting cladodes. Bowers (1996) determined that number of cladodes was a good indicator of flowering and vegetative growth in the similar species O.
Studies report components of the production in different species of forage Opuntias, but they lack information on estimation cladode production from the plant attributes, especially those measured in the pre-harvest phase of the first and second cladode (Padilha Junior et al., 2016).
Croute, "Protective effect of cactus (Opuntia ficus indica) cladode extract upon nickel-induced toxicity in rats," Food and Chemical Toxicology, vol.
Le boomerang aura l'effet de fouettage par cladode de cactus.
The organs of the plant are adapted for the efficient use of water, most notably the cladode in which the photosynthetic apparatus is located and where crassulacean acid metabolism occurs with the capture of solar energy during the day and the fixation of carbon dioxide during the night (Sampaio 2005).