vegetative

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Of, or relating to plants; especially to their growth
Physically inactive
Of a state of impaired brain function, where a person can respond to some stimuli but is incapable of voluntary acts
Of, or relating to functions such as growth, nutrition and asexual reproduction rather than sexual reproduction

In Lejeuneaceae vegetative branches normally originate from the basiscopic basal portion of a lateral segment half, as in the Radulaceae, and the associated leaves, therefore, are quite unmodified.

pertaining to the process of plant-life
{a} that has the power of vegetation
composed of vegetation or plants; "regions rich in vegetal products"; "vegetational cover"; "the decaying vegetative layer covering a forest floor"
of or relating to an activity that is passive and monotonous; "a dull vegetative lifestyle"
(of reproduction) characterized by asexual processes
used of involuntary bodily functions; "vegetative functions such as digestion or growth or circulation" of or relating to an activity that is passive and monotonous; "a dull vegetative lifestyle
Having the power to produce growth in plants; as, the vegetative properties of soil
{s} concerning plants and plant growth; relating to development and growth (as opposed to sexual reproduction); having a dull or excessively immobile lifestyle
of or relating to an activity that is passive and monotonous; "a dull vegetative lifestyle
If someone is in a vegetative state, they are unable to move, think, or speak, and their condition is not likely to improve. She was in what was described as a vegetative state
in describing microbial developmental stages, a metabolically active feeding and dividing form, as opposed to a dormant, seemingly inert, nondividing form (e g a bacterial cell vs its spore)
Growing, or having the power of growing, as plants; capable of vegetating
Having relation to growth or nutrition; partaking of simple growth and enlargement of the systems of nutrition, apart from the sensorial or distinctively animal functions; vegetal
used of involuntary bodily functions; "vegetative functions such as digestion or growth or circulation"
Vegetative means non-reproductive or relating to the nonsexual organs of a plant, such as root, stem and leaves
Not flowering The stage of development when a plant is producing only roots, stems and leaves, that is, the vegetative organs
vegetative cell
A nonreproductive cell; any cell that is not involved in the production of gametes
vegetative cells
plural form of vegetative cell
vegetative nervous system
autonomic nervous system
persistent vegetative state
A condition of patients with severe brain damage in whom coma has progressed to a state of wakefulness without awareness
vegetatively
In a vegetative manner; without sexual reproduction

The Jubulaceae have a leaf whose lobule, usually transformed into a water-sac, is normally very narrowly attached to the stem and to the dorsal lobe; indeed some Frullania taxa reproduce vegetatively by dropping the dorsal lobes, but not the lobules, and Neohattoria has caducous lobules but persistent lobes.

persistent vegetative state
If someone is in a persistent vegetative state, they are unable to think, speak, or move because they have severe brain damage, and their condition is not likely to improve. a condition in which someone's brain is so damaged that they cannot move or talk, and their condition is unlikely to improve
vegetative
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