atelechory

(from the article `seed and fruit`) Atelechory, the dispersal over a very limited distance only, represents a waste-avoiding, defensive `strategy` that functions in further exploitation ...
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atelechory

atelechore, atelechoric, atelechory 1. Having no special distribution adaptation. 2. On the spot dispersal.
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