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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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Wild pineapple fruits are source of carbohydrates, proteins and zinc; good source of vitamin C; and excellent source of copper, iron, manganese and molybdenum.
Wild pineapple fruits can be an alternative to the nutritional supply of people living in the countryside, especially in the city of Vicosa, MG, Brazil, where they are found.
Caption: FIGURE 1--Whole fruit (A1) and longitudinal section (A2) of the wild pineapple (Ananas bracteatus (Lindl.), var.