alexa Abstract | STUDIES ON FLORAL BIOLOGY OF AONLA (Emblica officinalis) CULTIVAR CHAKAIYA AND NA-7 UNDER VALLEY CONDITIONS OF GARHWAL HIMALAYAS


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Vegetative and floral shoot emergence of aonla Cultivar Chakaiya and NA-7 was observed in the month of April. The flowers were mostly borne in cluster in the leaf axils on determinate shoots. Chakaiya produced more number of male flowers as compared to female flowers with the sex ratio 162.20:1 on the recemose inflorescence NA- 7 also beared racemose inflorescence with the sex ratio of 70.50:1. The chronology of flower bud development includes five distinct stages and time required for flower bud development to reach anthesis was recorded 15-16 days in Chakaiya and 14-15 days in NA-7. Main period of anthesis in Chakaiya and NA-7 under Srinagar (Garhwal) conditions was recorded between 6 AM to 4 PM with a peak period (82.21% in Chakaiya, and 77.23% NA-7) between 6 AM to 8 AM and minimum between 4-6 PM in both the cultivars. Just after the anthesis, either dehiscence started immediately or after 10-15 minutes of anthesis

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Author(s): Ritika Kotiyal, Manju and Nidhika Thakur

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