oleiferous

oleiferous

(ˌəʊlɪˈɪfərəs)
adj
(Botany) (of seeds) producing or bearing oil
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Oleiferous hyphae (thrombopleurous) observed only in the lamella and stipe trama.
Oleiferous hyphae (thrombopleurous) observed in the lamella trama.
Oleiferous hyphae (thrombopleurous) scarce, present at the pileipellis.
The internal heating of the in situ water within the plant material distends the plant cells and leads to rupture of the glands and oleiferous receptacles.
Plant and animal organic production (2010, 2011 and 2012) Plant organic production/ha 2010 type/culture transitional organic total Grains 2.723,7 276,1 2.999,8 Forage 848,9 145,7 994,6 Industrial 32,1 / 32,1 Oleiferous 40,7 6,7 47,4 Fruits 165,9 168,3 334,2 Grapes 223,6 20,7 244,3 Fresh vegetables 164,2 35,7 199,9 Fallow 306,4 66,3 372,7 Animal organic production/no.
Investigations on the mechanism of resistance in oleiferous Brassicae against mustard aphid, Lipaphis erysimi (Kaltenbach).
The crash came in the 1930s as market prices plummeted, technological advances created a demand for alternative oleiferous crops and social tensions spawned opposition groups.
Sensitivity of zero erucic acid genotypes of Oleiferous Brassica to plant population and planting geometry.