Indeterminate

A plant that flowers over a long period; ripe seeds, blossoms and vegetative shoots may be present on the plant at the same time. The terminal flowers tend to be the last to open, so that the floral axis may be prolonged indefinitely by a terminal bud.

Indeterminate

growth that is potentially limitless.
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Indeterminate

Being able to grow for an indefinite period of time (i.e. many tomatoes.)
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indeterminate

Without definite margin or edge; terminal growth (of hyphae or conidiophores) unrestricted.
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Indeterminate

A variety whose main stem grows and fruits indefinitely. This kind of plant is ideal for training as a cordon.
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indeterminate

[adj] - of uncertain or ambiguous nature 2. [adj] - (botany) having a capacity for continuing to grow at the apex 3. [adj] - not precisely determined or established 4. [adj] - not capable of being determined 5. [adj] - not leading to a definite ending or result 6. [adj] - not clearly understood or expressed
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Indeterminate

In`de·ter'mi·nate adjective [ Latin indeterminatus .] Not determinate; not certain or fixed; indefinite; not precise; as, an indeterminate number of years. Paley. Indeterminate analysis (Math.) , that branch of analysis which has for its object the solution of...
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indeterminate

Of growth: the condition in which the terminal bud persists and produces successive lateral branches. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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indeterminate

adjective not leading to a definite ending or result; `an indeterminate campaign`
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Indeterminate

• (a.) Not determinate; not certain or fixed; indefinite; not precise; as, an indeterminate number of years.
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Indeterminate

The plant continues growing until pinched or killed by frost (opposite of determinate). These plants usually require staking.
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Indeterminate

Referring to tomatoes where growth of the plant is isn’t limited.
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Indeterminate

Referring to tomatoes where growth of the plant is isn’t limited.
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Indeterminate

vining tomato plants with no set height that ripen fruit throughout the season and may grow until the first frost- more information and tips for growing tomatoes here
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Indeterminate

A plant that continues to produce flowers or fruit throughout the duration of the growing season.
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indeterminate

with margins not well defined.
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Indeterminate

In mathematics, indeterminate describes having an indefinite number of values or solutions. *Indeterminate Analysis
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Indeterminate

describes an inflorescence in which the outer or lower flowers bloom first, allowing an indefinite elongation of the flowering stem (compare determinate)
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Indeterminate

[variable] In mathematics, and particularly in formal algebra, an indeterminate or indeterminant is a symbol that is treated as a variable, but does not stand for anything else but itself and is used as a placeholder in objects such as polynomials and formal power series. In particular it does not designate a constant or a parameter of the ...
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indeterminate

unlimited, usually in growth.
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Indeterminate

Often used to describe a type of tomato plant with a vegetative, terminal growing-point that does not set fruit and continues to grow through the season.
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Indeterminate

A plant that continues to produce flowers or fruit throughout the duration of the growing season.
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Indeterminate

Growing on from the apex, particularly of the main axis.
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indeterminate

Said of a growth or inflorescence when it has no apparent extension limit.
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indeterminate

not fixed or known in advance
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