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reproduction of some unicellular organisms (such as yeasts) by growth and specialization followed by the separation by constriction of a part of the parent

beginning to develop

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Butter-and-eggs is equipped to reproduce two ways: by budding off its extensive underground root system or through production and scattering of seeds.
Majumdar showed that these clusters have biochemical and physical attributes of islets, budding off as discrete cell aggregates that can be enriched by simple size exclusion.
These branching bodies can reproduce by budding off clone babies, and they can rebuild themselves after dismemberment.
Some succeed, and some fail, but this process of new ventures budding off from more established firms guarantees a continuous infusion into the industry of fresh ideas and novel approaches.
She speculates they grew together, perhaps budding off of adjacent tips on a star-shaped crystal.