multiflorous

mul·ti·flo·rous

 (mŭl′tə-flôr′əs)
adj.
Bearing many flowers.
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multiflorous

(ˌmʌltɪˈflɔːrəs)
adj
(Botany) (esp of a single stalk)having or characterized by many flowers
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The spikelets of naked oat are distinctively different morphologically from hulled oat and this unique spikelet is referred to as a multiflorous spikelet (Valentine, 1995) or for extreme multiflorous cases, a "chevron-type" spikelet (Burrows, 1986).
Although oat kernel size is primarily of interest because of dehulling conditions, persistent interest in the use of naked oat for human food, since it would not require dehulling, stimulates interest in the influence of the multiflorous spikelet on kernel size variation.
1), consistent with the multiflorous spikelet with loosely adhering lemma and palea, as described by Burrows (1986).
It is interesting that many naked oat genotypes, which are known for their multiflorous spikelets (Valentine, 1995), had frequencies of single-kernel spikelets greater than that of the hulled oat cultivars.
The panicles of each of the eight naked lines are medium wide, medium long, equilateral, and multiflorous. The rachis is straight and there are about five whorls of panicle branches.
Inheritance and linkage relationships of genes conditioning hullossness, multiflorous spikelet, and giantism in oat (Avena sativa L.) Can.
Panicles exhibiting the multiflorous spikelet characteristic were selected at harvest in 1990 and threshed together.