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bulbil

a small BULB or tuber which arises on the aerial part of a plant in the axil of a leaf, or in an inflorescence.
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Up until recently, the traditional and most widely practiced method of growing yams is through the use of tuber or bulbil [19].
If you intend to save leek bulbils, cut the heads before there are hard frosts.
One variety in particular, called polystichum setiferum proliferum, regularly makes these bulbils.
Some ferns, such as the soft shield fern polystichum setiferum, occasionally produce bulbils along their central stem.
Expect bulbils or bulblets to form flowers that look just like their parents in one to three years.
It spreads by seed or the bulbs, depending on what type it is, producing smaller bulbs called bulbils, which are hard to eradicate.
Analgesic and anti-inflammatory properties of extracts from the bulbils of Dioscorea bulbifera L.
gadam sorghum) and 3000 sisal bulbils and suckers distributed.
tequilana, including inflorescences, developing bulbils, leaves, roots, anthers and stem.
Observations on phyllotaxis, stellar morphology, the shoot apex, and bulbils of Lycopodium lucidulum Michaux (Lycopodiaceae).