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wild

(wīld)
adj. wilder, wildest
Occurring, growing, or living in a natural state; not domesticated, cultivated, or tamed: wild geese; edible wild plants.

wild′ly adv.
wild′ness n.
Genetics Referring to that which has been neither intentionally inbred or genetically manipulated
Vox populi
(1) Referring to a natural environment; not domesticated—e.g., animals on the Serengeti
(2) Referring to a lack of inhibition and self-control

wild

adjective Referring to that which has been neither intentionally inbred or genetically manipulated

wild

Relating to an entity, such as a virus, bacterium or gene that arises naturally or that comes from a natural environment, rather than that originates in a laboratory or as a result of artificial circumstances.
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Aphid deterrence by glucose esters in glandular trichome exudate of the wild tomato, Lycopersicon pennellii.
Feeding behavior of potato aphid affected by glandular trichomes of wild tomato. Entomol.
Wild tomatoes have a double defence against whitefly, with an initial mechanism discouraging the insect from settling on the plant in the first place.
Morphological characterization and relationships of wild tomatoes (Solanum L.
Darwin: "I think it is an honour to have a voice that can make tomatoes grow, and especially fitting because for a number of years I have been studying wild tomatoes from the GalEipagos Islands at the Natural History Museum in London.
"And wild tomatoes have small fruits that may never turn red and that have a color and shape similar to many wild potato fruits."
He was out in the back garden the other day relishing picking a bunch of wild tomatoes with daughter Grace where he decided to quit.