trifoliate


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(of a leaf shape) having three leaflets

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Keywords: Antioxidant enzymes; Arbuscular mycorrhiza; Root system architecture; Trifoliate orange; Waterlogging
Forty strawberry leaves (trifoliates) [10 leaves per replicate] were collected biweekly for two-spotted spider mites (Tetranychus urticae Koch; Trombidiformes: Tetranychidae) and other arthropods sampling.
[26.] Afoakwa EO and S Sefa-Dedeh (Changes in cell wall constituents and mechanical properties during post-harvest hardening of trifoliate yam Dioscorea dumetorum (Kunth) p ax tubers.
Luo (2011).Arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi can alter some root characters and physiological status in trifoliate orange (Poncirus trifoliata L.
V1 First trifoliate stage, R2 Full bloom stage, R4Full pod stage.
For greenhouse grown plants (V3 stage--vegetative, 3rd node), a single leaf from an individual trifoliate node was selected to determine bioactivity against fall armyworms.
Trifoliate yam (Dioscorea dumetorum) is among the underutilized yam species and is known by various names including three leaved yam, bitter yam and cluster yam.
The first trifoliate leaf of each plant was inoculated 17 d after planting by spraying 2 x [10.sup.4] conidia/mL with a De Vilbiss air compressor at 0.25 kW (1/3 horsepower) until plants were wet.
The experiment was evaluated at two stages: 1) at flowering: height, from the soil to the insertion of the last trifoliate leaf, shoot and root dry matter and contents of macro and micronutrients in the diagnostic leaf; and 2) at harvest, performed at the physiological maturation: shoot and root dry matter and grain yield.
The disease symptoms including wavy appearance on the third trifoliate leaves followed by crinkling, puckering and rugosity of leaves, shortening of petioles and crowding of leaves, first appeared in mechanically inoculated plants of Mash-88.
Two orchards were chosen as study sites: sweet orange, variety 'Valencia Late', grafted onto trifoliate orange (Poncirus trifoliate (L.) Raff.), planted at 7 x 3.5 m row spacing, which were 25 yr-old at the beginning of the experiment (779 trees); and tangerine orchard, variety 'Satsuma Okitsu' (Citrus unshiu Marc), grafted onto trifoliate orange, planted at 5 x 2 m row spacing, 12 yr-old at the beginning of the experiment (200 trees).
This skepticism by the soybean growers is even higher during early soybean stages, when the plants bear only the cotyledonary leaves or the first trifoliate leaves, and according to the growers' perception, the plants are at the most sensitive stage.