Grafting

A method of plant propagation by transplantation of a bud or a scion of a plant on another plant. Also, the joining of cut surfaces of two plants so as to form a living union.

grafting

  1. cause to grow together parts from different plants
  2. in surgery

Grafting

Joining the stem or bud of one plant onto the root or stem of another to form a new plant

Grafting

Grafting or graftage is a horticultural technique whereby tissues from one plant are inserted into those of another so that the two sets of vascular tissues may join together. This vascular joining is called inosculation. The technique is most commonly used in asexual propagation of commercially grown plants for the horticultural and agricultural ...
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Grafting

• (n.) The transplanting of a portion of flesh or skin to a denuded surface; autoplasty. • (n.) A scarfing or endwise attachment of one timber to another. • (n.) The act or method of weaving a cover for a ring, rope end, etc. • (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Graft
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grafting

(graft´ing) transplantation. The term grafting is preferred in the case of skin grafting and of synthetic grafts such as arteriovenous grafts.
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grafting

1. <botany> The act, art, or process of inserting grafts. ... 2. The act or method of weaving a cover for a ring, rope end, etc. ... 3. <surgery> The transplanting of a portion of flesh or skin to a denuded surface; autoplasty. ... 4. A scarfing or endwise attachment of one timber to another. ... <botany> Cleft grafting, a method ...
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Grafting

[decision trees] Grafting is the process of adding nodes to inferred decision trees to improve the predictive accuracy.{Clarify|reason=The predictive accuracy of what? In what disciplinary context is the subject meaningful?|date=March 2010} A decision tree is a graphical model that is used as a support tool for decision process. ==Introduct...
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Grafting

[knitting] In knitting, grafting is the joining of two knitted fabrics using yarn and a needle in one of three types of seams: The Kitchener stitch is a common method for the third type of seam. ...
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Grafting

Graft'ing noun 1. (Hort.) The act, art, or process of inserting grafts. 2. (Nautical) The act or method of weaving a cover for a ring, rope end, etc. 3. (Surg.) The transplanting of a portion of flesh or skin to a denuded surface; autoplasty. 4. (Carp.)
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Grafting

A method of propagation taking part of one plant & joining it to another that already has its own roots system
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Grafting

A piece of living tissue from the shoot of a plant that is joined to the stem and root system of another plant, resulting in the growth of a single plant.
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Grafting

A variety of procedures describing the removal of hair bearing scalp from the back of the head to a recipient site. The most widely used types of grafting are slit grafts, micrografting and minigrafting (All outdated).
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Grafting

A variety of procedures describing the removal of hair-bearing scalp from the back of the head to a recipient site. The most widely used types of grafting are slit grafts, micrografting, and minigrafting (all outdated). Grafts
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Grafting

batting defensively with strong emphasis on not getting out, often under difficult conditions.
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Grafting

batting defensively with strong emphasis on not getting out, often under difficult conditions.
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Grafting

Callus point between two vine shoots. An operation made widespread after 1880, after the Phylloxera crisis, on American vinestock.
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Grafting

Combining two different plants by joining a cutting from a choice plant to a selected rootstock so that, when the union heals, they behave as a single plant.
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Grafting

Fostering a lamb onto a ewe that is not its natural mother.
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Grafting

Grafting is an operation by which a bud or scion of an individual plant is inserted upon another individual, so as to become organically united with the stock on which it has been placed. Grafting can only take place between plants which have a certain affinity, individuals of the same species, genus, or order. The graft does not become identified ...
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Grafting

Grafting is where two different plants have been joined together.
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grafting

grafting, horticultural practice of uniting parts of two plants so that they grow as one. The scion, or cion, the part grafted onto the stock or rooted part, may be a single bud, as in budding, or a cutting that has several buds. The stock may be a whole mature plant, such as an apple tree, or it ma...
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grafting

In medicine, the operation by which an organ or other living tissue is removed from one organism and transplanted into the same or a different organism. In horticulture, it is a technique widely used for propagating plants, especially woody species. A bud or shoot on one plant, termed the scion, is i...
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Grafting

It is the process of uniting parts of two plants to form a single plant.
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grafting

Propagation method in which two pieces of live plant tissue are united by placing their meristems in contact.
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