seedling

A young tree shortly after it has sprouted from the seed.
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Seedling

A young, recently germinated plant that has a single unbranched stem
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Seedling

A seedling is a young plant sporophyte developing out of a plant embryo from a seed. Seedling development starts with germination of the seed. A typical young seedling consists of three main parts: the radicle (embryonic root), the hypocotyl (embryonic shoot), and the cotyledons (seed leaves). The two classes of flowering plants (angiosperms) are ...
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Seedling

• (n.) A plant reared from the seed, as distinguished from one propagated by layers, buds, or the like.
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Seedling

(1) A young plant newly
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Seedling

(1) A young plant newly emerged from seed. (2) A seed raised until it reaches the flowering plant stage, particularly concerning fruit trees and orchids.
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seedling

(from the article `plant`) ...the ovule transforms into a seed. The integument or integuments become modified into the seed coat. The seed typically becomes dormant for a ... Vegetables and flowers that have been started indoors may be transplanted when all danger of frost has passed. Plants must be handled carefully to ... [3 relate...
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seedling

1. <botany> A young tree that is generally less than 3 feet high. ... 2. Any recently-sprouted plant. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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seedling

noun young plant or tree grown from a seed
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Seedling

Seed'ling noun (Botany) A plant reared from the seed, as distinguished from one propagated by layers, buds, or the like.
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Seedling

A plant that has just emerged from its seed.
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Seedling

A plant that will come into bloom within the next 18 to 36 months (depending on the species). Seedlings are generally 6 months out of the ComPot).
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Seedling

A young plant raised from seed
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seedling

A young plant raised from seed which has not yet flowered.
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Seedling

A young plant raised from seed; a plant direct from seed without the intervention of grafting of any kind.
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Seedling

a young plant that has developed from a seed
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Seedling

A young plant that's been started from seed.
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Seedling

A young plant, with particular reference to those grown from seed as opposed to cuttings.
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Seedling

A young plant.
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seedling

a young, newly sprouted plant grown from seed rather than from a cutting or other plant part. See also: propagation.
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Seedling

An unbloomed young orchid.
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seedling

In viticulture one understands under it the germinated from an implanted grape seed young vine. The germination of a seedling can be done in an independent way in nature or be brought about consciously by humans. Unlike a genetically identical clone who at one vegetative propagation as cuttings (Seedling) are the seedlings resulting from generative...
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Seedling

This is a tiny plant that has recently germinated and expanded its seed leaves. Plants are despatched or sold in a tray when large enough for you to prick_out individually. Increasingly, they are being superceded by plug_plants.
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seedling

[n] - young plant or tree grown from a seed
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