Adventitious

Roots or buds arising from an unusual position on a stem eg. roots on stems, or buds produced elsewhere than in the axils of leaves or the extremities of stems.

Adventitious

Having growth from places where normally growth does not occur (i.e. if a stem is buried and a plant will grow.)
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Adventitious

Originating from other than the usual location.
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Adventitious

Adventitious: Coming from an external source or occurring in an unusual place or manner. Not inherent, inherited or innate but rather occurring accidentally or spontaneously. When a doctor or nurse auscults (listens to) the chest or abdomen, adventitious sounds are those that are normally not heard coming from the chest or abdomen. The word 'advent...
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Adventitious

Ad`ven·ti'tious adjective [ Latin adventitius .] 1. Added extrinsically; not essentially inherent; accidental or causal; additional; supervenient; foreign. « To things of great dimensions, if we annex an adventitious idea of terror, they become without comparison greater.
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adventitious

<botany> Describes roots or shoots or other parts that grow in an uncharacteristic place on a plant (such as roots growing from leaves). ... (06 May 1997) ...
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adventitious

(ad″ven-tish´әs) not normal to a part.
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Adventitious

• (a.) Added extrinsically; not essentially inherent; accidental or causal; additional; supervenient; foreign. • (a.) Accidentally or sparingly spontaneous in a country or district; not fully naturalized; adventive; -- applied to foreign plants. • (a.) Acquired, as diseases; accidental. • (a.) Out of the proper or usual place; a...
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adventitious

Referring to a structure arising fron an unusual place, such as stems from roots or roots from stems.
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adventitious

Type: Term Pronunciation: ad-ven-tish′ŭs Definitions: 1. Arising from an external source or occurring in an unusual place or manner. 2. Occurring accidentally or spontaneously, as opposed to naturally or through heredity. Synonyms: adventitial
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Adventitious

occurring in unusual or unexpected locations such as roots on aerial stems or buds on leaves
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adventitious

associated by chance and not an integral part
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adventitious

arising in abnormal positions, e.g. roots arising from the shoot system, buds arising elsewhere than in the axils of leaves
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Adventitious

Roots and buds that appear on a stem in abnormal places
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adventitious

Arising in an unusual position; often said of adventitious roots or buds.
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adventitious

produced out of the usual or normal place, such as some roots or buds
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adventitious

accidental; casual
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adventitious

associated by chance and not an integral part
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Adventitious

occurring in unusual or unexpected locations such as roots on aerial stems or buds on leaves. Also meaning
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Adventitious

Roots and buds that appear on a stem in abnormal places
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