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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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As to the importance value index (IVI) calculated at 90 DAS, it is observed that in 2011 the weed species Bowlesia incana, belonging the Apiaceae family, presented the highest value for the treatments with ryegrass (75,01), wild radish (65,36) and wheat (44,43).
The high accumulation of both types of matter under wild radish culture is due to the high precocity of this crop; 105 days after seeding, the fresh matter of wild radish shows a decreasing trend due to the senescence of the oldest leaves.
Despite its success however, little is known about genotypic variation in wild radish. This study was conducted to determine the genotypic variation between and within populations of wild radish along environmental gradients and to identify the traits that have contributed to the success of wild radish in Western Australia.
Foliar herbivory in wild radish plants resulted in induced biochemical and physical responses, increased [TABULAR DATA FOR TABLE 2 OMITTED] resistance to several herbivores, and increased seed set compared to uninduced control plants.
In two experiments with wild radish, we found that pollen applied in mixtures from two donors germinated more slowly than identically applied pollen loads that used pollen from only a single donor.
Leaf damage by herbivores affects attractiveness to pollinators in wild radish, Raphanus raphanistrum.
To provide a continuous display of wild radish flowers to pollinators, arrays of nonexperimental plants were left at the field site during all times that the experimental arrays were not present.
Male and female fertility variation in wild radish, a hermaphrodite.
Wild radish is pollinated by a variety of bees, butterflies, and flies (Kay 1976; Stanton et al.
Effects of pollen donor identity on offspring quality wild radish, Raphanus sativus.
(Brassicaceae), the wild radish, is a widespread and common species that occupies coastal plains and cismontaine inland valleys along the Pacific coast of North America from northern Baja California to Washington and is a pantemperate weed elsewhere.
1992, The effect of flower production on male reproductive success in wild radish populations.