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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.

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Of a state of impaired brain function, where a person can respond to some stimuli but is incapable of voluntary acts
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pertaining to the process of plant-life
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{a} that has the power of vegetation
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Of, or relating to functions such as growth, nutrition and asexual reproduction rather than sexual reproduction
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composed of vegetation or plants; "regions rich in vegetal products"; "vegetational cover"; "the decaying vegetative layer covering a forest floor"
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of or relating to an activity that is passive and monotonous; "a dull vegetative lifestyle"
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(of reproduction) characterized by asexual processes
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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
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Having the power to produce growth in plants; as, the vegetative properties of soil
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Of, or relating to plants; especially to their growth
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of or relating to an activity that is passive and monotonous; "a dull vegetative lifestyle
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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
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Not flowering The stage of development when a plant is producing only roots, stems and leaves, that is, the vegetative organs
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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)
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{s} concerning plants and plant growth; relating to development and growth (as opposed to sexual reproduction); having a dull or excessively immobile lifestyle
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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
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used of involuntary bodily functions; "vegetative functions such as digestion or growth or circulation"
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Vegetative means non-reproductive or relating to the nonsexual organs of a plant, such as root, stem and leaves
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Physically inactive
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Growing, or having the power of growing, as plants; capable of vegetating
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