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  • resources for Z. mays subsp. mays. None. Zea mays subsp. huehuetenangensis, Zea mays subsp. mays, Zea mays subsp. mexicana, Zea mays subsp. parviglumis
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  • and genetic research, mostly involving the domesticated taxon, Zea mays subsp. mays. Examples of such work include Barbara McClintock's Nobel prize-winning
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  • Zea mays subsp. mays (category Zea mays)
    Panicoideae tribePoaceae tribe Andropogoneae genusZea speciesZea mays subspeciesZea mays subsp. mays Hugh H. litis Common names: Corn Indian corn Maize Mais Treatment
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  • Panicoideae tribePoaceae tribe Andropogoneae genusZea speciesZea mays subspeciesZea mays subsp. huehuetenangensis (H.H. litis & Doebley) Doebley Hugh H.
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  • Zea mays subsp. parviglumis (category Zea mays)
    Panicoideae tribePoaceae tribe Andropogoneae genusZea speciesZea mays subspeciesZea mays subsp. parviglumis H.H. litis & Doebley Hugh H. litis Common names:
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  • Zea mays subsp. mexicana (category Zea mays)
    Panicoideae tribePoaceae tribe Andropogoneae genusZea speciesZea mays subspeciesZea mays subsp. mexicana (Schrad.) H.H. litis Hugh H. litis Common names:
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  • Pennisetum glaucum (bulrush millet), Sorghum vulgare (sorghum), and Zea mays (maize). Striga gesnerioides is a serious pest on Vigna unguiculata (cowpea
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  • pine forests and savannahs. Zea perennis crosses infrequently with Z. mays subsp. mays. The hybrids, being triploid, are sterile. It has also been cultivated
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  • of the contiguous United States. It hybridizes infrequently with Z. mays subsp. mays in its native range. None. None. window.propertiesFromHigherTaxa=[{"rank":"genus"
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  • lengths than in its native range. Although it can hybridize with Z. mays subsp. mays, Z. luxurians rarely does so in the wild. None. None. window.prope
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  • situations, this may involve a plumose style, for example, Cercocarpus; in epizoochorous (distributed on the outside of animals) cases, the styles may bear stiff
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  • inflated cells, superficial layer of cells usually aporose, but may be porose. Stem leaves may be less fibrillose or efibrillose and less porose or aporose
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  • pollen. Hawthorns may be nurse plants to deciduous trees and play an important role in succession. Gymnosporangium R. Hedwig rusts may be serious pests
    21 KB (2,479 words) - 20:38, 6 November 2020
  • addition, the cypselae may be glabrous or may bear myxogenic (producing mucilage when wetted) or non-myxogenic “twin-hairs.” The twin-hairs may be relatively long
    21 KB (1,721 words) - 20:53, 5 November 2020
  • hybridization may go unrecognized. Important taxonomic characters that are quantitative might result in recognizably intermediate hybrids but … hybrids may be imperfectly
    32 KB (4,205 words) - 23:31, 5 November 2020
  • spikelets may be evenly distributed, or the base of the rame axis may be naked. Individual plants may bear few to many rames, and the rames themselves may be
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  • portion of the upper (adaxial) face of the lip is the disc: it may be a thickened callus and may bear hairs, papillae, or other ornamentation. In orchids the
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  • forests, 20 or more species of Carex may be found within a few hectares. All Carex are perennial, but a few species may fruit in their first year and not
    81 KB (3,643 words) - 20:36, 6 November 2020
  • pits” or “sessile” may be added for clarification). Inflorescences of composites are called heads (or capitula, sing. capitulum). Heads may be borne singly
    270 KB (5,940 words) - 20:37, 6 November 2020
  • trees. A few tropical genera are also epipetric, and a number of xeric taxa may occur exclusively (or nearly so) in rock fissures. Hybridization has been
    32 KB (1,968 words) - 20:34, 6 November 2020

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