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In species of Scleria, the glumes are disposed distichously in the pistillate spikelets, while the subandrogynous spikelet, staminate spikelet, and androgynous spikelet have one proximal portion with glumes disposed distichously and one distal portion with glumes disposed spirally (Camelbeke, 2002; Ahumada & Vegetti, 2009); this arrangement of the glumes is also characteristic of the bisexual spikelets of Abildgaardia ovata.
Much has been written about the processing stages of free-threshing cereals but, unfortunately, comparatively little has been written about glume wheats (but see Hillman 1981, 1984a & b; Charles 1984; Nesbitt & Samuel 1996; D'Andrea & Haile 2002).
According to this fact that hybrid parents were different in traits like need to making spring cultivar and density of ears and hair-like glume, cv.
The rachilla apex together with the distal glume (G1) is situated in between the lifted flower primordium (F2), and the developing flower (F3).
Selection of Wheat resistant to glume blotch disease through tissue culture Crop Improvement.
Generic classification in tribe Cypereae and subfamily Cyperoideae dates back to Linneaus (1753), who described the genera Scirpus and Cyperus to include all species of Cyperaceae with bisexual flowers, and distinguished by the spiral versus distichous glume arrangement in Scirpus and Cyperus respectively.
They suggested that tga1 regulates which cells of the glume and
Burial ends with the secondary use of Dolmen IV at 3375-3360 cal BC, to which the lugged flask belongs and the glume base within it.
In others the glume bears a distinct beard (awn) one-half an inch long.
There are other minor quibbles: confusion is likely to be caused by not making a sufficient distinction between the glume wheat spelt and other (but free-threshing) breadwheats; botanists will cavil that Clarkia (Onagraceae) and Wyethia (Compositae) referred to on p.