silique

NOUN
  1. narrow elongated seed capsule peculiar to the family Cruciferae
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  • In the developing siliques of stressed plants, high levels of expression were observed in the receptacles and funiculus.
  • The rosettes have small low-lying leaves, whereas shoots can be tall with numerous small flowers that produce siliques containing seeds.
  • As for your attack on the media, I would EXPECT them to focus on the explosion and the missing men rather then delve into a 10 minute silique about DP vs anchors on the Horizon. Drudge Retort
  • Activity was also detected in the stigma, receptacle, and petal and sepal veins, and in siliques and developing seeds.
  • The high mixing of colors in icr1 mutant indicates that the synchronization of embryo development within a single silique is compromised. PLoS Biology: New Articles
  • Adventitious pod in silique of _Cheiranthus_ 182 96, Vegetable Teratology An Account of the Principal Deviations from the Usual Construction of Plants
  • The crypt of the Romanesque-Gothic transitional Basilique Saint-Paul, which contains several Roman sarcophagi, is considered to have been the mausoleum of a wealthy family.
  • Seeds: Small, black seeds grow in a row inside the silique. Find Me A Cure
  • Recently, ethylene evolution in desiccating siliques and seeds of mustard and canola was measured, with the conclusion that ethylene within the silique may contribute to seed degreening.
  • Moreover, abnormal division planes were observed in the protoderm at the position of future cotyledons (icr1 mutation also resulted in reduced developmental synchronization of embryos within single siliques. PLoS Biology: New Articles
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