Vegetative

Asexual; somatic.

Vegetative

Vegetative describes vegetation. Vegetative may also refer to: ...
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vegetative

(vej´ә-ta″tiv) concerned with growth and nutrition. functioning involuntarily or unconsciously. pertaining to plants. pertaining to asexual reproduction, such as by budding or fission.
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vegetative

[adj] - of or relating to an activity that is passive and monotonous 2. [adj] - (physiology) used of involuntary bodily functions
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Vegetative

• (a.) Growing, or having the power of growing, as plants; capable of vegetating. • (a.) Having the power to produce growth in plants; as, the vegetative properties of soil. • (a.) Having relation to growth or nutrition; partaking of simple growth and enlargement of the systems of nutrition, apart from the sensorial or distinctively ...
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vegetative

adjective relating to involuntary bodily functions; `vegetative functions such as digestion or growth or circulation`
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Vegetative

Veg'e·ta·tive adjective [ Confer French végétatif .] 1. Growing, or having the power of growing, as plants; capable of vegetating. 2. Having the power to produce growth in plants; as, the vegetative properties of soil. 3. (Biol.) Having relation to gro...
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vegetative

1. Concerned with growth and with nutrition. ... 2. Functioning involuntarily or unconsciously, as the vegetative nervous system. ... 3. Resting, denoting the portion of a cell cycle during which the cell is not involved in replication. ... 4. Of, pertaining to or characteristic of plants. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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vegetative

1. concerned with growth and with nutrition. 2. functioning involuntarily or unconsciously, as the vegetative nervous system. 3. resting; denoting the portion of a cell cycle during which the cell is not involved in replication. 4. of, pertaining to, or characteristic of plants.
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vegetative

A cell or structure that is not producing reproductive structures, usually in the assimilative state.
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vegetative

Asexual development or propagation.
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Vegetative

Asexual reproduction, without seed formation.
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Vegetative

in developmental stages of plant growth. Non-reproductive plant parts, i.e. leaf and stem; in contrast to reproductive plant parts, i.e. flower and seed.
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Vegetative

Of, relating to, or denoting reproduction or propagation achieved by asexual means, either naturally (budding, rhizomes, runners, bulbs, etc.) or artificially (grafting, layering, or taking cuttings).
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Vegetative

Of, relating to, or denoting reproduction or propagation achieved by asexual means, either naturally (budding, rhizomes, runners, bulbs, etc.) or artificially (grafting, layering, or taking cuttings).
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Vegetative

plant parts and processes concerning growth and nutrition and not reproduction.
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Vegetative

Reminiscent of green plants, especially grasses.
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vegetative

Type: Term Pronunciation: vej′ĕ-tā′tiv Definitions: 1. Growing or functioning involuntarily or unconsciously, after the assumed manner of vegetable life; denoting especially a state of grossly impaired consciousness, as after severe head trauma or brain disease, in which a person is incapable of voluntary or purposeful acts an...
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