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Sequential Sampling for Panicle Caterpillars (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) in Sorghum

Decreased panicle-derived indole-3-acetic acid reduces gibberellin A1 level in the uppermost internode, causing panicle enclosure in male sterile rice Zhenshan 97A

An active supercomplex of NADPH dehydrogenase mediated cyclic electron flow around Photosystem I from the panicle chloroplast of Oryza sativa

Impact of Six Transgenic Bacillus thuringiensis Rice Lines on Four Nontarget Thrips Species Attacking Rice Panicles in the Paddy Field

A Mathematical Model of Phloem Sucrose Transport as a New Tool for Designing Rice Panicle Structure for High Grain Yield

PANICLE PHYTOMER2 (PAP2), encoding a SEPALLATA subfamily MADS-box protein, positively controls spikelet meristem identity in rice

Differential Effects of a Transgene to Confer Low Phytic Acid in Caryopses Located at Different Positions in Rice Panicles

EVALUATION OF INSECTICIDES FOR MANAGEMENT OF FALL ARMYWORM, CORN EARWORM AND SORGHUM WEBWORM ON SORGHUM PANICLES, 2002

Fine Mapping of Spr3, a Locus for Spreading Panicle from African Cultivated Rice (Oryza glaberrima Steud.)

Plasma membrane receptor-like kinase leaf panicle 2 acts downstream of the DROUGHT AND SALT TOLERANCE transcription factor to regulate drought sensitivity in rice

Decreased photosynthesis in the erect panicle 3 (ep3) mutant of rice is associated with reduced stomatal conductance and attenuated guard cell development

Phylogenomic Analyses of the BARREN STALK1/LAX PANICLE1 (BA1/LAX1) Genes and Evidence for Their Roles During Axillary Meristem Development

 

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Strictly, an inflorescence that is a compound raceme, i.e. one that comprises several racemose parts. More loosely, the term is applied to any complex, branched inflorescence.

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