Propagule

Any structure specialised for the reproduction or dispersal of the species. In plants a propagable shoot.

Propagule

In biology, a propagule is any material that is used for the purpose of propagating an organism to the next stage in their life cycle, such as by dispersal. The propagule is usually distinct in form from the parent organism. Propagules are produced by plants (in the form of seeds or spores), fungi (in the form of spores), and bacteria. In disease ...
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Propagule

A live entity capable of producing a new mature individual (e.g., a cutting, graft, tissue culture explant)
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propagule

A structure with the capacity to give rise to a new plant, for example a seed, a spore, or a part of the vegetative body capable of independent growth if detached from the parent. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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Propagule

A structure, such as a cutting, seed, or spore, that propagates a plant.
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Propagule

A term used for a structure in a plant (occasionally used for invertebrates) from which a new individual may arise, e.g. seed, corm, bulb, cyst and which may often also be a unit of dispersal.
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propagule

a thallus fragment capable of propagating the lichen (i.e., isidium, phyllidium, phyllocladium, soredium).
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propagule

Any disseminative unit of an organism (e.g., a spore, a mycelial fragment a sclerotium).
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Propagule

In animals, the minimum number of individuals of a species capable of colonizing a new area. This may be fertilized eggs, a mated female, a single male and a single female, or a whole group of organisms depending upon the biological and behavioral requirements of the species. In plants, a propagule is whatever structure functions to reproduce the s...
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Propagule

Structure that develops into a plant.
Found on http://www.physicalgeography.net/physgeoglos/p.html
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