In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1brote masculineyema feminine(of flower) capullo masculineto be in bud — tener brotes
- to come into bud — echar brotes
- Burbank studied life at its fountain head - in the marvelous little buds and shoots and leaves that burgeon forth each spring to fill us anew with the awe for nature.
- In addition, they have four or five scaly leaves with lateral buds on their epicotyl.
- The ratio between the number of leaf and flower primordia per bud varied with shoot type.
- Aphids also tend to like tender shoots and flower buds as these organs have a lot of phloem transport; this causes bud loss and fewer new leaves.
- Flower buds develop in leaf nodes in the upper part of the flowering shoot.
- Take off side shoots and flower buds and cut large leaves in half to reduce water loss.
- Sampson is also looking at ways to control the blueberry gall midge, a fly that attacks the flower and leaf buds of blueberry plants.
- The leafy stems, bearing terminal preformed flower buds, sprout from the underground tuberous roots in early spring.
- Leaf discs and the unpollinated pistils of unopened flower buds from both the control and HTS-treated plants were also collected for total RNA extraction.
- New leaves and flower buds develop before Christmas and usually open in January and, depending on the severity of the winter, by February it has formed a clump of blooms and foliage.
- The newly emerged adults feed on young leaves and flower buds.
- In shoots, strong CHL1 expression is found in young leaves and developing flower buds.
- After a rain, its barren, gray-black stems change overnight to green as small leaves emerge from buds covering the plant.
- The new winter flowering pansies seemed to be raring to go when we planted them on Sunday and are already showing signs of leaf growth and new flower buds.
- Quail typically hunt for seeds, grain, grasses, plant leaves and buds, acorns, and insects.
- Spent flower blooms and affected buds, leaves or stems should be removed when plants are dry.
- After 48 days of growth, the number of flowers, buds, and seed pods on each plant was counted as a measure of the total flower number.
- When the plants flowered, buds of different developmental stages were removed from the main inflorescence and the petals were dissected from the flower bud under a binocular microscope.
- Flower meristem, flower buds, and leaves from green and 2 d-etiolated plants were analysed for ATP and ADP contents.
- Flower buds and leaves were collected from flowering plants in each population and stored in zipper sealed plastic bags on ice.
intransitive verbbudded, budding
transitive verbbudded, budding
- But I can still give you a run for your money, bud.
- That's a very interesting theory there, bud.
- Not verbally, but I could just tell, it was a feeling, bud.
- Well, I'll tell ya, bud, until you find yourself a prince who will take you away from all this, it's not about you.
- And don't bring up Liz again tonight, all right, bud?
- They just wanted to get together for one more night and bid my son farewell - to say, ‘We love you, bud, and we're going to miss you.’
- ‘Because she's as head over heels as you are, bud,’ James answered.
- He dragged his bags past us, and giving a distasteful look at me said, ‘Want some advice, bud?’
- Ariela smiled slyly, ‘Thanks, bud,’ she said and ran towards it.
- I've only got enough Spaghettio's for my family, bud.
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