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Synonyms for plant

Synonyms for plant

a building or complex in which an industry is located

to put (seeds) into the ground for growth

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to put or keep out of sight

Synonyms for plant

(botany) a living organism lacking the power of locomotion

an actor situated in the audience whose acting is rehearsed but seems spontaneous to the audience

something planted secretly for discovery by another

put or set (seeds, seedlings, or plants) into the ground

fix or set securely or deeply

place into a river

place something or someone in a certain position in order to secretly observe or deceive

put firmly in the mind

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The green plant philosophy of Coca-Cola will set an example for the green economy development.
The pigment similarity between Prochlorothrix and green plants led some researchers to speculate that this organism might be a free-living close relative of the chloroplast.
Aeons ago the collective outpourings of volcanoes all over the planet created the atmospheric and environmental conditions conductive to the development of green plants, which are the basis of the food chain.
The balcony edges are lined with green plants that will eventually form a cascade down the interface between library and cultural centre (and provide a degree of acoustic absorption that will surely be welcome when music is played in the glass drum).
The smell of the rich earth and the small sounds of green plants pushing their way toward the sun spread a sense of deep contentment through me.
They make most of their own food the same way regular green plants do: They take in water and carbon dioxide, and use the sun's energy to make glucose (a type of sugar) in a process called photosynthesis.
Green plants and flowers are also believed to compensate for the negative energy of materials often found in the home or office, such as electrical appliances and static electricity from synthetic materials.
Access to sunlight is a key to success in plant competition, so trees concentrate on growing bigger and taller each year - a strategy that has allowed them to so dominate other vegetation that they now account for 80 percent of the 49 trillion tons of green plants living on our planet.
When exposed to light, green plants emit light in different wavelengths across the visible spectrum.
Recent advances in genetics have expanded the list to five: red algae, green plants, animals, fungi, and stamenopiles (which look like plants but don't do photosynthesis).
As you say, flytraps are green plants and can make their own food.
Although gas-absorption rates varied greatly from one patch of watermelon snow to another, some snowfields with particularly high concentrations of the microbe consumed carbon dioxide about 10 percent as voraciously as green plants do.
Like all green plants, grasses use sunlight, carbon dioxide from the air, and water to perform photosynthesis and grow.
Green plants may be regenerated from the embryos produced.
They also produce the carbon that feeds other bacteria, performing the function of green plants, Stevens says.