(of a flowering shoot) Having the main axis ending in a flower bud and therefore no longer extending in length, as in a cyme
precisely determined or limited or defined; especially fixed by rule or by a specific and constant cause; "a determinate distance"; "a determinate number"; "determinate variations in animals"
not continuing to grow indefinitely at the apex; "determinate growth"
definitive: supplying or being a final or conclusive settlement; "a definitive verdict"; "a determinate answer to the problem"
In modern philosophy, mathematics, and logic, a property is an attribute of an object; a red object is said to have the property of redness. The property may be considered a form of object in its own right, able to possess other properties. ...
(Determinatory) In set theory, a branch of mathematics, determinacy is the study of under what circumstances one or the other player of a game must have a winning strategy, and the consequences of the existence of such strategies.
A single state of a particular determinable attribute; Limited, defined, resolved, decided; Of plants in which growth of the axis is terminated by the generation of reproductive structures
When terminal buds set fruit plant growth stops. Plant needs little or no staking. Harvest is only about a week to ten days.
Having stems and branches that stop growing at a certain point, usually after producing flowers. In cotton, this term is applied to varieties with a distinct interruption in growth following fruit set.
A plant that only produces blossom on active growth branches and stop growing when the plant had set fruit.
Describes an inflorescence in which the terminal flower blooms first, thereby halting further elongation of the flowering stem. For comparison, indeterminate.
The quality of the meaning of a text being objectively existant and independent of the reader or commentatory. For both socio-historical critics and formalists, a text as one absolute meaning accessible to the informed reader. ...
in reference to plant growth patterns, means that the plant has a predetermined number of leaves or stem nodes, and then produces zero or more inflorescences. A blooming-size Sinningia leucotricha is determinate, while its juvenile form is indeterminate.
This means that the tomato plant grows to a certain size (dictated by genetics), then produces all of its fruits at once. Great for canning, saucing, or if you just want lots of tomatoes!
of growth or branching, with a bud or flower terminating the growth of the main axis; of an inflorescence. cf. definite.
One of the gardening terms used to describe a flower where the top flower opens before the others.
Having a fixed, definite limit. (17)
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A code given by dispatch(Alpha -Echo)showing the sevrity of a call and how you should respond.