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  1. A fasciation is a widespread phenomena reported in more than 100 vascular plant species.
  2. Fasciation was one of Mendel's 14 heritable characters in pea, and also has a long history of study in maize (Emerson 1912). (Web site)


  1. Jackson, D. and Hake, S. (1999). The genetics of ear fasciation in maize. (Web site)
  2. A second class of mutations displays meristem enlargement, which can lead to fasciation in extreme cases. (Web site)
  3. A second class of SAM mutants causes meristem enlargement, which in extreme cases can lead to fasciation.
  4. The td1 mutant phenotype was similar to that of fea2, which also has ear fasciation, an increased number of stamens, and a thicker tassel. (Web site)
  5. The fasciation phenotype of td1 mutant alleles provides further evidence that meristem size in maize is controlled by the CLV signaling pathway. (Web site)


  1. All organs of a plant can be fasciated but stem or inflorescence fasciation are the most frequent. (Web site)
  2. The most conspicuous aspect of td1 mutants was the dramatic fasciation of the ear tip, due to an enlarged inflorescence meristem. (Web site)


  1. Jambhulkar SJ. 2002. Growth and morphology and inheritance of fasciation mutation in sunflower. (Web site)
  2. Fasciation of sunflower inflorescence has also been described by Stoenescu (1974) for the recessive f mutant. (Web site)
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