Gemmation

• (n.) The arrangement of buds on the stalk; also, of leaves in the bud. • (n.) The formation of a new individual, either animal or vegetable, by a process of budding; an asexual method of reproduction; gemmulation; gemmiparity. See Budding.
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gemmation

(jә-ma´shәn) development of a new organism from a protuberance on the cell body of the parent, a form of asexual reproduction; called also budding.
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gemmation

noun asexual reproduction in which a local growth on the surface or in the body of the parent becomes a separate individual
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Gemmation

Gem·ma'tion noun [ Confer French gemmation .] 1. (Biol.) The formation of a new individual, either animal or vegetable, by a process of budding; an asexual method of reproduction; gemmulation; gemmiparity. See Budding . 2. (Botany) The arrangement of buds on...
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gemmation

budding
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Gemmation

In zoology, gemmation is a mode of reproduction among certain animals of low type, which consists in the production of a bud or buds, generally from the exterior, but sometimes from the interior, of the body of the animal, which buds are developed into independent beings that may or may not remain attached to the parent organism. This mode of repro...
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gemmation

Type: Term Pronunciation: jem-ā′shŭn Definitions: 1. A form of fission in which the parent cell does not divide, but puts out a small budlike process (daughter cell) with its proportionate amount of chromatin; the daughter cell then separates to begin independent existence. Synonyms: bud fission, budding
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