dark and stay-green nature

Discussion in 'Specialized Terminology' started by euge*, Jun 21, 2008.

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  1. euge* New Member

    spanish-english
    this appears in a text about genetics and I don´t know which could be the right translation: shorter stature, dark and stay-green nature, and late flowering, and some of them had a much smaller number of seeds
     
    Last edited: Jun 21, 2008
  2. greenie Senior Member

    Seattle
    English, USA
    I'm not sure what the translation would be as I'm not quite sure what it means in English. Dark and stay-green nature could mean that the rice plant has the tendency to stay dark green longer.
     
  3. euge* New Member

    spanish-english
    thanks, that would be useful.
    if any other translation is posible please tell me.
     
  4. greenie Senior Member

    Seattle
    English, USA
    This is just a guess...

    "...con tendencia a mantenerse verde y oscuro por más tiempo..."

    Qué te parece?
     
  5. euge* New Member

    spanish-english
    me parece una muy buena posibilidad.. muchas gracias
     

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