cultivated plant


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Antonyms for cultivated plant

plants that are grown for their produce

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cooperi rbcL sequence data from a cultivated plant and from four plants from the Flecker Botanical Gardens (Table 1).
It is difficult to establish whether wild or cultivated plants were gathered, he notes, since soils in that region do not contain many fossilized plant remains.
Furthermore, the contribution of VA to the pharmacological effect of the cultivated plant was also studied.
Although the phrase "cultivated plant" is widespread and often used to refer to domesticated plants, many cultivated plants are simply wild plants that are cultivated, and the different concepts should not be confused.
euro]e potato grown in parts of Bolivia and Peru for 10,000 years and introduced to Europe a mere 400 years ago, is now the fourth most commonly cultivated plant on the planet.
The potato grown in parts of Bolivia and Peru for 10,000 years and introduced to Europe a mere 400 years ago is now the fourth most commonly cultivated plant on the planet.
50 Lingfield Sugar beet is a cultivated plant of beta vulgaris, whose tuber contains a high concentration of sucrose.
What is the world's most widely cultivated plant, grown on every continent except Antarctica?
I have designated a cultivated plant as the holotype because all of the field collected paratype collections are either at early pre or old post anthesis and fragmentary.
Palms are among the best known and extensively cultivated plant families in Syria.
We also discuss the importance of introduced and cultivated plant species to foraging parrots in view of the changing landscape throughout the Neotropics.
The insured can also elect a Time Element coverage that has a period of restoration to match the cropping cycle of cultivated plant materials up to 12 months.
Just growing one antique bean or tomato variety each year, saving the seed and sharing it with friends and neighbors will help protect our cultivated plant diversity.
In addition, it has scurfy green leaves not at all like the shiny red cultivated plant.
Most wild foods which share their name with a cultivated plant are significantly different from it.