pullulation


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pullulation

 [pul″u-la´shun]
development by sprouting, or budding.

pul·lu·la·tion

(pyul'yū-lā'shŭn),
The act of sprouting, or of budding as seen in yeast.
[L. pullulo, pp. -atus, to sprout forth]
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