germination

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The process of germinating; the beginning of vegetation or growth from a seed or spore; the first development of germs, either animal or vegetable

Both groups, also, have already evolved precocious (intracapsular) spore germination.

{n} the act of sprouting, a growth, the time in which feeds germinate
is important to getting a stand The analysis tag will show the percent of pure seed that will produce normal plants under favorable field conditions Producers should look for high germination and high pure seed when purchasing seed PLS can be used to determine the seeding rate necessary for an acceptable stand
growth or sprout of a seed
The sprouting of a seed An improbable outcome dependent upon variables of temperature, moisture, light, soil, seedbed, and season
The stage in the beer-making process in which the steeped barley grains are drained and allowed to sprout for seven to nine days Goldings Hops: Noble English hops grown in East Kent, England, used to make Samuel Adams ales Named after the farmer who originally identified the hop type German Beer Purity Law/Reinheitsgebot: A law dating back to 1516, requiring beer to be totally pure with only water, yeast, malt, and hops allowed as ingredients Gueuze: A Belgian beer style that blends a fresh lambic with an old lambic, creating a second fermentation
{i} process of germinating; development; process of sprouting or budding; growth
the origin of some development; "the germination of their discontent"
When the plant sprouts and begins to grow
Sprouting of a seed, spore, or other reproductive body, usually after a period of dormancy. Absorption of water, passage of time, chilling, warming, oxygen availability, and light exposure may all operate in initiating the germination process. The carefully controlled mass germination of cereal seeds supplies enzymes for the making of alcoholic beverages and for other industries; spores of the commercially cultivated mushroom Agaricus brunescens are also mass germinated
The act of sprouting, of a seed or spore
The beginning of growth by a seed
The resumption of growth by the embryo and development of a young plant from seed
Characterized by acrospire and rootlet growth Germination initiates enzyme development and conversion of barley to malt
The process of germinating; the beginning of vegetation or growth in a seed or plant; the first development of germs, either animal or vegetable
Germination is the process of beginning to grow or develop
the initiation of growth in a dormant seed
tooth appears double due to splitting of a single tooth germ
The breaking of the seed coat followed by the protrusion of the hypocotyl (that part of the axis of a plant embryo or seedling below the first leaf or pair or whorl of leaves developed by the embryo of a seed plant) forming a root system
A seed will germinate, or sprout, when conditions are right for survival These conditions include: adequate moisture, heat, and/or light The germinating seed sends its first root (radicle) into the soil and the first stem with the first leaves (cotyledon) toward the sun Some seeds require pretreatment before they will germinate See also imbibition
The process of initiating growth in seeds
The point when the seed starts into growth, subsequently developing roots and shoots Top H
to begin to or cause to grow; sprout
is the physical and chemical changes that occur as a seed begins to develop into a young shoot
The beginning of growth by an embryo plant
the activation of a seed causing it to start to grow; also the production of a pollen tube by a pollen grain
The beginning of vegetative growth of a plant from a seed
The breaking of dormancy in seeds or the sprouting of pollen grains deposited on a stigma
the sprouting of a seed or spore; germinate (verb)
The beginning of growth in seeds, spore and pollen grain Glabrate -->
the origin of some development; "the germination of their discontent" the process whereby seeds or spores sprout and begin to grow
the process whereby seeds or spores sprout and begin to grow
Initial growth of the embryo from a seed or spore in which the radicle and shoot or hypha protrude from the seed or spore In the case of parasite seeds already the development of a germ tube is called germination
germinate
To cause to grow
germinate
To sprout or produce buds
germinate
to begin to develop into an embryo or higher form
germinate
{v} to sprout, shoot, bud, put forth
germinate
produce buds, branches, or germinate; "the potatoes sprouted"
germinate
To cause to sprout
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work out; "We have developed a new theory of evolution"
germinate
– To cause to sprout or develop
germinate
cause to grow or sprout; "the plentiful rain germinated my plants"
germinate
To begin plant growth or development
germinate
To sprout from a seed
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- when a seed starts to grow and produces a new plant
germinate
To sprout; to bud; to shoot; to begin to vegetate, as a plant or its seed; to begin to develop, as a germ
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If an idea, plan, or feeling germinates, it comes into existence and begins to develop. He wrote to Eliot about a `big book' that was germinating in his mind
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If a seed germinates or if it is germinated, it starts to grow. Some seed varieties germinate fast, so check every day or so First, the researchers germinated the seeds. + germination ger·mi·na·tion The poor germination of your seed could be because the soil was too cold
germinate
{f} develop; sprout, bud; cause to sprout
germinate
cause to grow or sprout; "the plentiful rain germinated my plants
germination

    Silbentrennung

    ger·mi·na·tion

    Türkische aussprache

    cırmıneyşın

    Aussprache

    /ˌʤərməˈnāsʜən/ /ˌʤɜrməˈneɪʃən/

    Etymologie

    [ 'j&r-m&-"nAt ] (verb.) 1610. Latin germinatus, past participle of germinare to sprout, from germin-, germen bud, germ.

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