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BISCHOFF-CULM, Ernst (1870 - 1917), Painter, engraver

ScGAI is a key regulator of culm development in sugarcane

Ultrastructure of Fibre and Parenchyma Cell Walls During Early Stages of Culm Development in Dendrocalamus asper

Rice Tillering and Yield as Affected by Artificial and Sugarcane Borer (Lepidoptera: Crambidae) Culm Injury

Toward Understanding the Different Function of Two Types of Parenchyma Cells in Bamboo Culms

Improving barley culm robustness for secured crop yield in a changing climate

NEMA, a functional–structural model of nitrogen economy within wheat culms after flowering. I. Model description

NEMA, a functional–structural model of nitrogen economy within wheat culms after flowering. II. Evaluation and sensitivity analysis

Guadua zuloagae sp. nov., the First Petrified Bamboo Culm Record from the Ituzaingó Formation (Pliocene), Paraná Basin, Argentina

Genetic Interaction between 2 Tillering Genes, Reduced Culm Number 1 (rcn1) and Tillering Dwarf Gene d3, in Rice

The influence of secondary senescence processes within the culm of a pseudoviviparous grass (Poa alpina var. vivipara L.) on the supply of water to propagules

Pressure gradients along whole culms and leaf sheaths, and other aspects of humidity-induced gas transport in Phragmites australis

Rice BRITTLE CULM 5 (BRITTLE NODE) is Involved in Secondary Cell Wall Formation in the Sclerenchyma Tissue of Nodes

FINE CULM1 (FC1) Works Downstream of Strigolactones to Inhibit the Outgrowth of Axillary Buds in Rice


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In Poaceae and Cyperaceae, a jointed stem that may be hollow (in many grasses), filled with pith (in some grasses), or solid (in most sedges (see Carex and Cladium).

Subjects: Plant Sciences and Forestry.

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