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Rice Plant Development: from Zygote to Spikelet

Flower and Spikelet Morphology in Sawgrass, Cladium jamaicense Crantz (Cyperaceae)

High temperature stress and spikelet fertility in rice (Oryza sativa L.)

Spikelet structure and development in Cyperoideae (Cyperaceae): a monopodial general model based on ontogenetic evidence

THIS1 is a putative lipase that regulates tillering, plant height, and spikelet fertility in rice

A Mutation in GIANT CHLOROPLAST Encoding a PARC6 Homolog Affects Spikelet Fertility in Rice

Dynamic changes of small RNAs in rice spikelet development reveal specialized reproductive phasiRNA pathways

Differential expression of the microRNAs in superior and inferior spikelets in rice (Oryza sativa)

Heterochronic development of the floret meristem determines grain number per spikelet in diploid, tetraploid and hexaploid wheats

Effect of seed position in spikelet on life history of Eremopyrum distans (Poaceae) from the cold desert of north-west China

A genetic resource for early-morning flowering trait of wild rice Oryza officinalis to mitigate high temperature-induced spikelet sterility at anthesis

Post-anthesis development of inferior and superior spikelets in rice in relation to abscisic acid and ethylene

Post-anthesis alternate wetting and moderate soil drying enhances activities of key enzymes in sucrose-to-starch conversion in inferior spikelets of rice

Regulation of expression of starch synthesis genes by ethylene and ABA in relation to the development of rice inferior and superior spikelets

 

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A small spike, typical of Poaceae but also occurring in some reeds (see Phragmites) and sedges (see Carex and Cladium), that is the fundamental unit of the inflorescence and consists of an axis, 2 bracts or glumes, and 1 or more florets.

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