Propagation

The increase of plants, either by seeds or by means of cuttings, division, grafting or layering

Propagation

• (n.) The act of propagating; continuance or multiplication of the kind by generation or successive production; as, the propagation of animals or plants. • (n.) The spreading abroad, or extension, of anything; diffusion; dissemination; as, the propagation of sound; the propagation of the gospel.
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propagation

(from the article `chain reaction`) ...Initiation, in which a reactive intermediate, which may be an atom, an ion, or a neutral molecular fragment, is formed, usually through the action ...
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propagation

(prop″ә-ga´shәn) reproduction. adj., prop´agative., adj.
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propagation

1. The act of propagating; continuance or multiplication of the kind by generation or successive production; as, the propagation of animals or plants. 'There is not in nature any spontaneous generation, but all come by propagation.' (Ray) ... 2. The spreading abroad, or extension, of anything; diffusion; dissemination; as, the propagation of sound;...
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propagation

noun the spreading of something (a belief or practice) into new regions
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Propagation

Prop`a·ga'tion noun [ Latin propagatio : confer French propagation .] 1. The act of propagating; continuance or multiplication of the kind by generation or successive production; as, the propagation of animals or plants. « There is not in nature any spontaneous gener...
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Propagation

Any means of increasing
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Propagation

Any means of increasing a desired plant, by seeds, cuttings, layers or grafting etc.
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propagation

energy transfer between two points without displacement of matter NOTE - Examples of propagation are the propagation of electromagnetic energy in space, the propagation of heat along a rod.
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Propagation

For gardening methods, this refers to the many different ways of starting new plants.
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propagation

in horticulture, the reproduction of plants by any number of natural or artificial means.[4 related articles]
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propagation

Increasing of stock by means of seeds or by rooting cuttings (see article on this site).
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propagation

increasing the number spreading extending 
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Propagation

Methods of starting new plants e.g. by sowing seed, division, cuttings, layering
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Propagation

plant reproduction, done in three ways
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Propagation

plant reproduction, done in three ways
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Propagation

Propagation is usually understood to mean the process by which humans instigate and control plant growth of new plants by seed or vegetative means.
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propagation

See chain reaction.
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Propagation

The act of growing a plant from cutting, graft or seed.
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propagation

The act of producing more plants from an original, either through seeds, offshoots, or division.
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Propagation

The movement of a depolarising influence from one point on a neural cell membrane to adjacent points. Can be of two types, namely decremental propagation and non-decremental propagation. Decremental propagation is the term used to describe minor fluctuations in resting potential which fail to reach
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propagation

the process of multiplying plants through various means. New plants can be grown from seeds or other methods, such as stem and leaf cuttings or root divisions.
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Propagation

The process of updating a domain across the world's Internet servers. Propagation can take between three to five days.
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Propagation

The term propagation defines the various methods by which the numbers of a plant are increased. There are several different methods, each of which depends on the plant that you are going to increase. Some of these are simple enough to carry out even by the most inexperienced gardener, while some require skills of a seasoned professional. The two mo...
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