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Noun1.bractlet - a small bract
bract - a modified leaf or leaflike part just below and protecting an inflorescence
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A power monitoring software and device maker, Bractlet Inc., has reportedly raised $85,000 of a planned $500,000 funding.
Pistillate flowers Pistillate Pistillate inflorescence inflorescence trumpet- capitate, 10 mm shaped, densely diameter, densely puberulent, 10-20 puberulent, flowered, each 2-2.5 peduncle stout to mm long, subtended 20 mm long, 1525 by a single bractlet. flowered, campanulate, each 2-3 mm long, subtended by small bractlets.
Maguire employed three characters to separate the species: the base of leaf blades, the length of the bractlets of the spikelets, and the shape of the inflorescence receptacle.
Both species have bitegmic and anatropous ovule, obturator, trichomes and a resinuous gland, which is composed of flange-like structures that are modified bractlets (Webster and Webster, 1972).
Shoot regeneration of lentil has been previously reported from meristem tips, shoot tips and shoot meristems (Bajaj and Dhanju, 1979; Williams and McHughen, 1986; Singh and Raghuvanshi, 1989; Polanco and Ruiz, 1997), epicotyl (Williams and McHughen, 1986), embryonic axes (Saxena and King, 1987), first nodes and bractlets of immature seeds (Polanco et al., 1988), cotyledonary seedlings (Mallick and Rashid, 1989), nodal segments (Singh and Raghuvanshi, 1989), stem and cotyledonary nodes (Warkentin and McHughen, 1993; Polanco, 2001; Khawar and Ozcan 2002a, Sarker et al., 2003; Khawar et al., 2004; Sevimay et al., 2005) and decapitated embryo (Sarker et al., 2003).