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  • noun Plural form of plantlet.

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Examples

  • Nestlé said it is working with the Vietnamese Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development to improve coffee productivity through better farming practices, as well as to distribute high-yield, disease-resistant plantlets.

    Nestlé to Build Factory in Vietnam

  • To expand this work, the centre will distribute over one million high-yield plantlets to the region every year from 2012 onwards.

    Peter Brabeck-Letmathe: Valuing Food Security

  • To expand this work, the centre will distribute over one million high-yield plantlets to the region every year from 2012 onwards.

    Peter Brabeck-Letmathe: Valuing Food Security

  • Many plants also have methods of asexual reproduction (vegetative reproduction), which produces offspring that are genetically identical to the parent: root-sprouting (limberbush, palo verde, aspen), stolons and rhizomes (agaves, strawberries, many grasses), and aerial plantlets (some agaves, mother-of-millions, kalanchoe).

    Pollination ecology of desert plants

  • In a little while the whole slope was dotted with minute plantlets standing at attention in the blaze of the sun.

    First Men in the Moon

  • Intent on the narrow spaces between the leaves, she lucked out, arrowing between thickly leafed tubes into a relatively clear space where the tiny plantlets must have been newly inserted.

    Asimov's Science Fiction

  • He used his hands to smooth the coating of plantlets away from the water's surface before he bent his head and drank.

    Shaman's Crossing

  • When the researchers added hormones to induce the undifferentiated callus tissues to produce plantlets, all the callus samples formed roots.

    10. Sorghum: Specialty Types

  • These jointed stems had buds at each joint, and Yoon found that laying the stems on damp sand and keeping them under mist caused the buds to sprout and produce new plantlets.

    2 Case Studies

  • A likely development in the near future will be the use of growth-stimulating strains of fluorescent pseudomonads to treat both cuttings or plantlets before planting, for the promotion of root system growth.

    1. Designing integrated pest management for sustainable and productive futures.

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