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Definition of the noun bulbil
What does bulbil mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: bulbils
- small bulb or bulb-shaped growth arising from the leaf axil or in the place of flowers
Alternative definition of the noun bulbil
- [botany] A bulb-shaped bud in the place of a flower or in a leaf axil
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Plant Physiology 6C (2012)
A Treatise: Physiology of Development: From Seeds to Sexuality by F.C. Steward
Vivipary in grasses represents rather more than simple spikelet proliferation, for the bulbil is a structure well adapted for its role in dispersal. The ecology of viviparous grasses suggests that the switch to this form of reproduction is linked to ...
Malic acid Bulbil is a modification of (a) Underground stem (b) Bases of leaves (c) Buds 53. (d) Radicle Thick ...
Commerce Reports (1917)
The bulbil is a small plant which develops on the pole, or middle stem, of the parent plant after the latter has reached full maturity—in British East Africa from 6 to 7 years after planting. Each parent plant produces from two to three thousand of ...
by Armand Quatrefages
The bud is a germ which requires for its development that it should adhere to a parent which does not in reality deserve the name either of male or of female ; the bulbil is A germ which is detached from the parent, and is developed without ...
The Complete Book of Garlic (2008)
A Guide for Gardeners, Growers, and Serious Cooks by Ted Meredith
The bulbil is a part of the plant's flowering structure. Wild garlic and many cultivated garlic strains produce flowering structures and a flower stalk called a scape. These, again, are commonly called hardnecks.
by P. W. Bedford
A bulbil is a bud which becomes an independent plant before it commences to elongate; it is generally fleshy, somewhat after the manner of a bulb, hence its name. Examples occur in the axillery buds of Lilium, Bulbiferum, in some Alliums, etc ...
Ultimate Visual Dictionary (2017)
Terminal bud Stem bulbil developing from lateral bud Stem bulbil at base of stem Adventitious root Adventitious root Food store Shoot Remains of flowering shoot Shoot New corm forming at base of shoot BULB WITH SHOOT Amaryllis ...
A Dictionary of Biology (2015)
by Elizabeth Martin, Robert Hine
bulbil HA. An example is carbonic acid and sodium hydrogencarbonate, in which molecules H2CO3 and ions HCO3 À are present. When acid is added most of the extra protons are removed by the base: HCO3 À þ Hþ ! H2CO3 When base ...
by Robert Alan Lewis
bulbil. See bulblet. bulblet (bulbel; bulbil; bood bud). a small bulb or bulblike structure that develops above ground, typically in the axil of a leaf, but sometimes elsewhere (e.g. , among or ...
by Douglas M. Considine
Bulbil Bundle Buttress root Callus Calyx Cambium (Plant) Capsule Carbohydrate oxidation ...
by Jean Claude Corbeil, Ariane Archambault
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A Dictionary of Science (2017)
by Jonathan Law
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by Michael Allaby
bud budding Buddleja budfission bud scale buffer building phase bujedales bulb bulbil Bulbine Bulgaria bulk density bullate bulliform cell bullock's heart bulrush bunch grass prairie bundle cap bundle sheath bunt bunya bunya Burckella ...
by Clive Upton, William A. Kretzschmar, Jr.
AM 'bolbor bulbil BR ' bAlbil, -z AM ...
Dictionary of Agronomy (1989)
by L. L. Somani
Bulbil. A small bulb-like organ of vegetative reproduction that may form in the leaf axil, an inflorescence, or at a stem base.
Also called bulbil. Bulimia nervosa : An eating disorder characterized by rapid consumption of a large amount of food in a short period of time, with a sense of lack of control during the episode and self-evaluation unduly influenced by body ...
by John Christopher Willis, Herbert Kenneth Airy Shaw
VEGETATIVE ORGANS Adnate, Adventitious, Aerenchyma, Aerial Root, Branch, Bud, Bulb, Bulbil, Cauli(fiory), Concrescence, Corm, Iso- (bilateral, &c), Leaf, Phyllo-(taxy, &c), Poly-(morphism), Rhizome, Stem, Stipule, Sym- (podium), Thorn, ...
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Bulbil at Walter Sisulu National Botanical Garden
Photo credit: Derek Keats
- Yellow-vented Bulbil
By Paul David Lewin Philippines
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- Bulbil producing bulbs
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- Blackeyed bulbil
..at Walter Sisulu National Botanical Garden, near Roodeport, Johannesburg, South Africa
Photo credit: Derek Keats
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Scrabble value of B3U1L1B3I1L1
The value of this 6-letter word is 10 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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