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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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In approximately 2 wk, green plants developed and subsequently transferred to soil and grown to maturity in the greenhouse.
The answer will likely be a green plant because of photosynthesis.
Supply, maintenance, and short-term rental of green plants on the Northern Territories and the Pas-de-Calais.
1994), Another approach has been to modify the protocols used for culturing barley tissues; for instance, optimizing copper concentrations and autoclaving procedures have each been shown to increase the recovery of green plants by a factor of two (Dahleen, 1995; Bregitzer et al.
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.
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.
com offers a wide selection of FTD floral gifts, including Valentine's Day arrangements, long stemmed roses, floral arrangements, healthy green plants and everything in between.
VEnstra GE[micro]taland County Council invites you to submit tenders for Green plants, arrangements and services.
3 : made of green plants or of the leafy parts of plants <a green salad>
Some sneak-thief plants have tapped into the most widespread network of soil fungi, and they're using it to steal food from respectable green plants, according to a new study of underground connections.
But there are many lovely green plants that require little care.
1991; Bregitzer, 1992) In the USA, most transformation experiments have used the cultivar Golden Promise because it consistently regenerates sufficient numbers of green plants.
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.
Life as we know it depends on layers of living green plants converting energy from the sun and lifeless molecules into our basic necessities.
Joining forces to invent Plantibody(TM) technology and explore green plants as producers of various immunoactive proteins, Hiatt and Hein went on to develop a unique Transport Molecule(TM) delivery platform.