(from the article `horticulture`) The isolation and production of superior types known as cultivars are the very keystones of horticulture. Plant breeding, the systematic improvement ... ...to be taxa. In a polymorphic species the terms morph and variety are often applied. Among domestic animals, a ...
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cultivar [culti (vated) + var(iety)] 1. A race or variety of a plant that has been created or selected intentionally and maintained through cultivation. 2. A variety of a plant developed from a natural species and maintained under cultivation.
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A cultivar is a plant or group of plants selected for desirable characteristics that can be maintained by propagation. Most cultivars have arisen in cultivation but a few are special selections from the wild. Popular ornamental garden plants like roses, camellias, daffodils, rhododendrons, and azal...
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A distinct plant variation that has originated in cultivation, not in the wild.
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Cultivated variety. Maybe a field selection man-made cross or hybrid.
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A current "in" word to mean cultivated variety. But, since it can be misleading and is superfluous, recent texts on viticulture do not use the term. Nevertheless, you still hear it spoken with an impressive voice and downcast, knowing eyes in the highest circles.
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In cultivation; a cross; not a species.
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A cultivated variety or strain of a plant produced by horticultural techniques and not normally found in wild populations
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a form of a plant derived from cultivation
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the term cultivar is derived from cultivated variety and denotes an assemblage of cultivated plants clearly distinguished by one or more characters (morphological, physiological, cytological, chemical or other); when reproduced (sexually or asexually), the assemblage retains its distinguishing chara...
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1) Tracheophyte 2) Variety 3) Vascular plant
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This name is an invented word and is derived from "cultivated variety" (kulivierte variety) from. It is especially among botanists as a human-cultured Grape in contrast to Wild Vines used. In the strict sense, all modern varieties are cultivars. General term for a variety, but this is only...
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