from The Century Dictionary.
- In decorative design, a motive or type taken from a plant; a phyllomorph.
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The seeds of some alien plant-form reach Earth, germinate in a few hours and quickly blanket the planet, or worse, hybridize with humans.
New and ongoing research provides exciting insights into the importance of a well-functioning skeletal system, the broader range of nutrients than calcium needed to form healthy bones, and the probable advantages of plant-form sources of minerals rich in calcium, magnesium, and a wide range of other naturally occurring cofactors.
One step higher in the scale stands the plant-form called _Volvox_, near the border-line between the one-celled and the many-celled organisms.
It is interesting to note the extreme caution with which the great naturalist speculates upon the mode by which the varied members of the sun-dew order became modified from an ordinary plant-form to such a remarkable degree.
The term "dealing" in this case applies to those who manufacture, produce, ship, transport or import into Kansas, or possess more than 28 grams of marijuana (processed or in plant-form), one gram of a controlled substance, or 10 or more dosage units of a controlled substance.
Where lies the chief interest, -- in the plant-form or in the bloom?] [Illustration: 29.