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prop·a·ga·tive

(prop'ă-gā'tiv),
Relating to or concerned in propagation; denoting the sexual part of an animal or plant as distinguished from the soma.

prop·a·ga·tive

(prop'ă-gā'tiv)
Relating to or concerned in propagation; denoting the sexual part of an animal or plant as distinguished from the soma.

propagative

(prŏp′ă-gā″tĭv)
Pert. to or taking part in reproduction.
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The NCPN's regional centers of excellence are recognized leaders in the introduction of the highest quality, regionally adapted, true-to-type propagative plant materials that are free of targeted plant pathogens and pests, thus promoting a vigorous commercial environment and the opportunity for international trade while protecting the environment of North America.
Nematodes such as soybean cyst nematodes can also survive in cysts, in perennial plants, and in propagative parts of plants.
However, autopsies, sometimes performed to ascertain the cause of death, or a caesarean section, conducted after the mother was deceased, provided information about women's propagative anatomy.
This hydrophilic species grows rapidly, producing great number of flowers and fruits, and has a fertility period of over six months; it is also capable of vegetative reproduction forming propagative roots, thus being able to endure conditions of limited water supply (Neiff et al., 1985).
We also assume that a source is placed deep enough inside the regular domain, so that only the propagative modes can be considered on the boundary.
"Ordinary sexual intercourse," he wrote, "in which the amative and propagative functions are confounded is a momentary affair, terminating in exhaustion and disgust." In the future society - like that being built at Oneida, "as propagation will become a science, so amative intercourse will become one of the `fine arts.' Indeed it will rank above music, painting, sculpture, etc.; for it combines the charms and benefits of them all."
M., and Rumi Masih, 2002, "Propagative Causal Price Transmission Among International Stock Markets: Evidence from the Pre- and Post Globalization Period," Global Finance Journal Vol.
Through her rejection of sex, Dorinda is able to embrace the masculinity of her great-grandfather's Calvinist character and therefore to repeat his economic and propagative successes.
It looks at floriculture--the growing of garden plants, vegetables, cut flowers, and potted flowering plants and of seedlings, cuttings, and other propagative floriculture materials.