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interplant

 [in´ter-plant]
an embryonic part isolated by transference to an indifferent environment provided by another embryo.

in·ter·plant

(in'tĕr-plant),
The material transferred from donor to host in interplanting.
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With a vertical interplant division of labor, intermediate stages may be offshored to access cheap resources, while with a horizontal division of labor, different plants at the same stage of production may serve different local markets.
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Planting as the row and each plot consisted of 4 rows, 6 m in length, inter row spacing was 100 cm and interplant spacing was 60 cm.
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Rana and Dubey [9] have obtains asymptotically precise estimate of the difference between discrete cubic spline interplant and the function interpolated, which is sometimes used to smooth a histogram.
Aero Sekur has worked with Bangalore-based Sika Interplant since January 2009 as it aims to expand in Asia.
Interplant communication: airborne methyl jasmonate induced synthesis of proteinase inhibitors in plant leaves.
In Oregon's federally managed forests, there are thousands of miles of roads to fix, hundreds of streams to restore, and millions of acres of dense monoculture plantations to interplant and thin.
Alternatively, Duke notes, farmers might sparingly interplant sorghum with wheat to let sorgoleone protect both crops.