5 mm wide, extending from apex of nut upward and confluent with lateral wing; nut inserted above center of lateral wing, persistently thinly sericeous; ventral areole
ovate or triangular, 3.
We also were able to regenerate whole plants from shoot slices containing a single areole
(Fig 10); however, it took 4 more years to achieve full plant production.
nicholii generates one new areole
per rib per year.
The boat's passengers; Blake Doud and Areole
Trattner, of Myrtle Creek; and Olaf Myhre III and Edith Myhre, of Riddle; put on lifejackets and used a rope to wade downstream to an island, where a passing fisherman brought them to the bank, Hutson said.
Caution should be taken since the adults frequently exhibit sexual and age dimorphism in relation to body size, shape and coloration as well as areole
The smaller drawing shows a single areole
In all cases multiple shoot formation on explants from in vitro germinated plantlets was achieved through areole
They then bored a hole into the areole
and consumed tissue beneath the areole
, creating a small gallery in the cactus branch.
cactorum females on host plants were recorded by classifying the attachment of the eggstick to either a glochid at an areole
, to a spine, or on the fruit.
The most important attributes for the classification were the quantity of radial thorns and the number of thorns for areole
in the cladodes, and the color and weight of the pulp of the fruits.
germinating radicle (8-12 months later), it is in this areole
Floriferous zone: without modifications = 0; with lower number of spines in areole
= 1; with whole floriferous zone modified = 2; abundant trichomes = 3; limited to brachiblast growth in the areole
= 4 22.