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Furthermore, this weed species is able to scramble several meters high among and over shrubs, capable of spreading prolifically from rooting at the nodes when they touch the soil with numerous joints and also its stolon can grow up to 5 m or more (Ipor and Baki, 1992).
Different plant parts of potato crop form the infected field; (A) Infected and healthy plant with the stem canker, (B) Tuber showing the typical symptoms of Black Scurf with the whitish growth of fungus, (C) Stolon canker and (D) Canker on stem
Some symbionts that were moving subsequently stopped and appeared to attach to the stolon tissue.
Stolons are creeping stems that spread outwards across the surface producing roots and leafing points as they go, acting as an energy storage reserve for the clover plant as well as allowing it to spread.
pintoi CIAT 18744 flowers less and produces a denser stolon mat than the other two accessions and it also has a vigorous initial growth covering the soil more rapidly than the CIAT 17434 accession [Villarreal and Vargas, 1996; Argel and Villarreal, 1998].
Spreading types may produce stolons or rhizomes; both are types of specialized stems that grow in a horizontal fashion.
Freeze chamber analyses were performed on acclimating (fall) and acclimated (winter) stolon tissues in 2001-2002 and 2002-2003.
Tuber: Thickened or swollen underground branch or stolon (stem) with numerous buds or eyes; thickening occurs because of the accumulation of reserved food, as in potatoes.
Colletotrichum acutatum is found worldwide on a number of strawberry hosts, and is increasing in importance as the cause of strawberry petiole, stolon, crown, and root infections.
This grass also was thought to accelerate stolon production or vegetative biomass to increase spread in low light conditions, rather than expending energy on sexual reproductive bodies.
lDean McKeown reaches 50 for the first time with a 951-1 treble at Hamilton-on Sharog's Royals (Richard Whitaker) in the claimer and a brace for for Jeremy Glover as Soucon lands the juvenile fillies' maiden while Stolon Time powers away with the nursery.