from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Of or pertaining to phytogeny; of vegetable or plant origin.


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  • This results in the building, at about 1-3 centimeters (cm) per year, of phytogenetic travertine (calcareous tufa) barriers which have created lakes of various sizes linked by cascades and waterfalls, some up to 25 m in height.

    Plitvice Lakes National Park, Croatia

  • Due to the proximity to Africa, its unique level phytogenetic diversity is close to that of continental ecosystems and it has the most diverse high-mountain ecosystem of any Atlantic island.

    Teide National Park, Spain

  • The PAP urged African states to reinforce national laws on the dissemination, storage, marketing and use of plant material, and requested the African Union (AU) to create a phytogenetic (plant genetic) bank.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Modern biotechnology could constitute a path for economic development and the fulfillment of many food, energy, and health needs of South countries, which possess ecosystems with the greatest biodiversity and the majority of the so-called centers of phytogenetic diversity.

    Fidel Castro Issues `Message' to UNCED

  • Different initiatives by the FAO aimed at protecting free access to the phytogenetic resources have interfered with the interests of multinational corporations and the industrialized countries.

    Fidel Castro Issues `Message' to UNCED

  • These updated data will include more extensive phytogenetic and molecular response data on Ponatnib as well as duration of response to therapy.

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