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CAPLCanadian Association of Petroleum Landmen
CAPLCulturally Authentic Pictorial Lexicon (foreign language learning)
CAPLCanadian Association of Public Libraries
CAPLCommissions Administratives Paritaires Locales
CAPLCentre for Assessment of Prior Learning (New Zealand)
CAPLCentral Agricultural Pesticides Laboratory (Egypt)
CAPLCanadian Academy of Psychiatry and Law
CAPLCapitula (Latin: Chapters; Codices and Manuscripts)
CAPLCenter for Art and Public Life
CAPLCommunication Access Programming Language
CAPLCAN Access Programming Language
CAPLContinuous Annealing and Processing Line
CAPLCivilian Acquisition Position List
CAPLCoastal Anti-Pollution League
CAPLChemical and Allied Products Limited
CAPLCUMI Australia Pty Ltd
CAPLCarillon Avenue Pty Limited
CAPLC4I Alerts Presentation Layer
CAPLContinuous Annealing Process Line
CAPLcapillary assist pump loop
CAPLContinuous Anneal Process Line (steel industry)
CAPLCritical Acquisition Position List
CAPLCentral Animal Pathology Laboratories (UK)
CAPLCritical Alloys Parts List
CAPLCommand Alerts Presentation Layer (US DoD)
CAPLCommittee on Academic and Professional Linkages
CAPLControlled Assembly Parts List
CAPLContractual Agreement Preference List (wireless networks)
CAPLCareer Planning
CAPLCatastrophic Antiphospholipid Syndrome
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Capitulescences densely racemose to paniculate; capitula short-pedunculate, homogamous, discoid; receptacle epaleate; involucre multiseriate.
Some characters that distinguish both taxa are: brachyblasts and three- to six-flowered capitula in Hyaloseris versus lack of brachyblasts and capitula with more than 20 florets in Dinoseris.
Capitulescences monocephalous, or corymbose to paniculate; capitula pedunculate, homogamous, discoid or radiate; involucre one- to five-seriate; receptacle epaleate to paleate, paleae embracing the marginal florets, with the open part facing either the center of the capitulum or the outer part of the capitulum.
Capitulescences monocephalous, terminal; capitula sessile, heterogamous, discoid; receptacle epaleate; involucre multiseriate.
Some capitula, however, mature in a basipetal or centrifugal pattern (Cronquist, 1977; Payer, 1857) and are then logically termed "determinate inflorescences" (Classen-Bockhoff et al.
Emergence of adults from the capitula collected and held in the screen house in 2011 further supported this as the F1 emergence from the capitula began in early Jul (Fig.
The topics of the capitula surrounding heading 21 (that is, nos.
Because species of Asteraceae are dominant flowering plants and because of the lack of information regarding breeding systems and factors that can affect reproductive success, it is important to study modes of pollination and how life span of capitula and environmental conditions influence reproductive success.
Alyari (2000) showed that the seed yield per plant has the significant correlation with the number of capitula, the number of seed per capitula, capitula diameter, 1000 seed weight and the number of lateral branches, and also the number of capitula is the most important part of yield component in safflower [3,27].
In the panicula of spikelets, the branches may have their internodes more or less lengthened or completely shortened, looking like lateral capitula or heads (densely paniculate inflorescence; Scirpodendron Zipp.
Faustus was an old conversation-partner of Augustine's from his Manichean days, who later produced a series of Capitula impugning catholic Christianity, faulting it not least for its "Jewish" carnality.