budding


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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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Due to the expansion of temperate fruit production in tropical and subtropical areas, physiological disorders related to deficient budding and blossoming occur more frequently and have a negative impact on productivity and fruit quality.
Low success rate for budding stone fruit crops in South Ukraine was due to incorrect time of budding.
2 : to reproduce by asexual means by forming a small growth that pinches off and develops into a new organism <a budding yeast cell>
We show you how to successfully blend budding relationships with your lifelong friendships.
First reports that "half the crop" was destroyed were completely inaccurate, as there is always a second budding if the first buds are destroyed.
Every moment of cooling and warming, the carefully regulated rooting, sprouting, budding, leafing.