Germinate

• (v. i.) To sprout; to bud; to shoot; to begin to vegetate, as a plant or its seed; to begin to develop, as a germ. • (v. t.) To cause to sprout.
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Germinate

Ger'mi·nate intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Germinated ; present participle & verbal noun Germinating .] [ Latin germinatus , past participle of germinare to sprout, from germen . See Germ .]...
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germinate

germinate 1. To start to grow from a seed or spore into a new individual, or cause a seed or spore to do this. 2. To be created and start to develop: 'At the beginning, the seeds of doubt germinated and almost brought our efforts to a close.'
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Germinate

Refers to seeds starting into growth, which are dormant until germination. Distinct from emergence.
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Germinate

The beginning of growth in seeds, the action of sprouting, budding or shooting, above the soil. This occurs whenever a plant or seed begins to vegetate into leafy young plants. The breaking of dormancy in seeds or the sprouting of pollen grains deposited on a stigma.
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germinate

The process that transforms the embryo within a seed into a seedling.
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germinate

The process that transforms the embryo within a seed into a seedling.
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Germinate

The process where a seed develops into a sprout. The requirements may be warmth, water or light according to the plant variety.
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Germinate

The process where a seed develops into a sprout. The requirements may be warmth, water or light according to the plant variety.
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Germinate

The Rebstock concerning see under blossom and breeding,
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Germinate

The sprouting of a seed
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Germinate

The sprouting of a seed.
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Germinate

To start to grow from a seed or spore into a new individual, or cause a seed or spore to do this.
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germinate

[v] - cause to grow or sprout
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