Many flowers, on the other hand, have their organs of fructification
closely enclosed, as in the great papilionaceous or pea-family; but in several, perhaps in all, such flowers, there is a very curious adaptation between the structure of the flower and the manner in which bees suck the nectar; for, in doing this, they either push the flower's own pollen on the stigma, or bring pollen from another flower.
By a species of pious fraud, for which no doubt the worthy priest found his absolution in the purity of his motives, he declared that, while no positive change was actually wrought in the mind of Middleton, there was every reason to hope the entering wedge of argument had been driven to its head, and that in consequence an opening was left, through which, it might rationally be hoped, the blessed seeds of a religious fructification
would find their way, especially if the subject was left uninterruptedly to enjoy the advantage of catholic communion.
He added that the recent developments towards fructification
of the envisioned Army Air Defence profile have been encouraging.
Under conditions of cold irregularity during the winter period, typical of the southern region of Brazil, the low synchronization of flowering of the main cultivars and their respective pollinators is frequent, leading to low fructification
and production irregularity (HAWERROTH et al.
In addition, the phased introduction into fructification
of new young gardens and vineyards contributes to an annual increase in gross fees.
We made visual tracking of their fructification
time during the sampling visits; we consider the peak of fructification
when most of the trees in the study area have fruits.
This observation could be attributed to the time of collection of the scions, which also coincided with the period of fructification
of the original cultivar.
On the Fructification
of Zeilleria (Sphenopteris) delicatula, Sternb.
Furthermore, it is coincident with spring season having mild temperature and low rains and these factors determine the rotation and ripening process of growth of wild plant and their fructification
which are present in the dietary spectrum of Mourning dove, which is required as food for this species.
1971: An unusual fossil fructification
from the Jurassic of Oaxaca, Mexico.
It is always satisfying to see the combined efforts; hard work and perseverance come to fructification
through such engaging community-based activities.
During the period of low production, coffee plants recover their productive capability because the quantity of energy consumed in the process of fructification
is small, and the energy supply is focused on vegetative growth and bud differentiation (Sakai, Barbosa, Silveira, & Pires, 2015).