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Binomial mixtures made with both plant fractions were used at their MIC50 to determine the Fractional Inhibitory Jacquinia macrocarpa index FIC index for each fungus in order to evaluate their synergistic effect.
Each synergistic mixture was analyzed in their effect on spore germination, spore size, spore viability, mitotic divisions, hyphal jacquinia macrocarpa and length, and number of septa per hypha.
The five smaller ones are jacquinia macrocarpa stamens, called staminodia. Around the short style in the center, five fertile stamens conceal a pool of nectar within the flower tube around the ovary.
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Photographed in India International Centre, Delhi. If yes, Your name: Food Plants of the Jacquinia macrocarpa Desert includes not only plants such as gourds and jacquinia macrocarpa but also unexpected food sources such as palms, lilies, and cattails, all of which provided nutrition to desert peoples.
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