multigerm

multigerm

(ˌmʌltɪˈdʒɜːm)
adj
(Agriculture) (in certain varieties of sugar beet) having seed balls with multiple fruits, thus being able to produce several seedlings
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Beet seed is actually a cluster or aggregate of several deceased pollinated flowers known as a multigerm.
It may be useful as a monogerm, CMS tester to evaluate multigerm lines for general combining ability.
CP07 and CP08 are multigerm (MM), germplasm lines that segregate for resistance to powdery mildew (Pm) (Lewellen and Schrandt, 2001) caused by Erysiphe polygoni DC.
FC710 (4X) is tetraploid (2n = 4x = 36), multigerm (MM), non-O-type, pseudo-self-fertile, and has 29% green hypocotyls (93 plants counted).
M6-2 is a multigerm, biennial, self-incompatible germplasm that is heterogeneous for plant type and hypocotyl color.
EL0204 is a multigerm self-sterile germplasm with predominantly red hypocotyls (>95% red) and an average heterozygosity of 45.
It also may be useful as a monogerm, CMS tester to evaluate multigerm lines for general combining ability.
s]), multigerm (MM) lines that segregate for resistance to rhizomania caused by Beet necrotic yellow vein virus.
C918 is a multigerm, self-fertile, genetic-male-sterile facilitated, random-mated population.