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  • noun Plural form of ramet.

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  • Similarly, faced with puzzlement about how many individuals there are in cases of vegetative or clonal “growth”, such as one finds in many plants, the biologist John Harper (1977) distinguished between ramets as individuals that originate through clonal growth, and genets as entities that begin as a seed or fertilized egg.

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  • Clearly, its advantage is that one successful culture can give rise to an unlimited number of individual plants (or “ramets”) of a new clone.

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  • Indeed, while shorter ramets and younger leaves had higher levels of phenolic gylcosides, the presence of EFNs was correlated unexpectedly with higher phenolic glycoside levels when other factors

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  • On the other hand, as with many plants, trembling aspen direct more phenolic glycosides, a direct chemical defense, to the younger, more vulnerable leaves, and as they age and grow, fewer of the compounds are allocated to these ramets.

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  • To see if this might be the case, they assessed the presence of EFNs and phenolic compounds on leaves from different shoot positions from short and tall ramets across multiple sites.

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  • On the other hand, as with many plants, trembling aspen direct more phenolic glycosides, a direct chemical defense, to the younger, more vulnerable leaves, and as they age and grow, fewer of the compounds are allocated to these ramets.

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  • In aspen, asexual reproduction or clonality is achieved via underground lateral roots that eventually produce new clone members/ramets.

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  • To see if this might be the case, they assessed the presence of EFNs and phenolic compounds on leaves from different shoot positions from short and tall ramets across multiple sites.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • In aspen, asexual reproduction or clonality is achieved via underground lateral roots that eventually produce new clone members/ramets.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • Indeed, while shorter ramets and younger leaves had higher levels of phenolic gylcosides, the presence of EFNs was correlated unexpectedly with higher phenolic glycoside levels when other factors

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

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