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ramet

(rā′mĭt)
n.
A physiologically distinct organism that is part of a group of genetically identical individuals derived from one progenitor, as a tree in a group of trees that have all sprouted from a single parent plant.

ramet

a single individual from a CLONE.
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We use the term "ramet" (sensu Harper 1977) for the colony, the physiologically distinct individual, and the term "genet" for all those ramets that are genetically identical (i.
Generous numbers of song lyrics in translation appear throughout the volume, and Ramet even shares the transcript of an interview she conducted with Goran Bregovic, leader of the Sarejevo band Bijelo dugme [White Button].
Ramet, Nationalism and Federalism in Yugoslavia, 1962-1991 (2nd ed.
Each rhizome is a potential vegetative offspring (ramet), so producing a greater number of rhizomes could lead to faster vegetative spread if ramet recruitment rates are equivalent (or greater) in grazed habitats.
Number of leaves, total leaf area and shoot biomass were lower, but number of ramets was significantly higher in distal ramet (D class) than those in other three classes.
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Ramet gecmisten dersler cikaran radikal sag hareketlerin, 1980'lerden itibaren kendilerini eski fasist hareketlerle ozdeslestirenlere parlamenter demokrasi ve secimlere karsi saygili olduklarinin altini cizen bir siyasal soylem ile cevap verdiklerini soylemektedir.
Note that population size estimates are only approximate since Ailanthus can propagate clonally (Kowarik 1995) and so in several instances it was unclear what was a ramet versus a genet.