Definitions

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  • adjective unfertilized

Etymologies

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non- +‎ fertilized

Examples

  • In the latter, the CO2 effect was significant only in the nonfertilized trees.

    Q.e.d. « Climate Audit

  • In the latter, the CO2 effect was significant only in the nonfertilized trees.

    Q.e.d. « Climate Audit

  • The nonfertilized and irrigated-fertilized trees were, for 3 years, continuously exposed to elevated CO2 in whole-tree chambers.

    Q.e.d. « Climate Audit

  • The nonfertilized and irrigated-fertilized trees were, for 3 years, continuously exposed to elevated CO2 in whole-tree chambers.

    Q.e.d. « Climate Audit

  • In other words, their seed arises from a nonfertilized nucleus, and for this reason each plant produces progeny genetically identical to itself.

    9. Sorghum: Commercial Types

  • ACD readings were higher in tubers from fertilized plots compared with tubers from nonfertilized plots.

    EurekAlert! - Breaking News

  • ACD readings were higher in tubers from fertilized plots compared with tubers from nonfertilized plots.

    Science Blog

  • The scientists found that levels of chlorophyll a, a key plant pigment, nearly tripled in their samples -- an indication that the plants were growing much more vigorously than nonfertilized samples.

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • The scientists found that levels of chlorophyll, a key plant pigment, nearly tripled in their samples — an indication that the plants were growing much more vigorously than nonfertilized samples.

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

  • The scientists found that levels of chlorophyll, a key plant pigment, nearly tripled in their samples - an indication that the plants were growing much more vigorously than nonfertilized samples.

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

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