outside of the original, natural, or existing place, position, or habitat (often referring to a zoo)
off site; away from natural situation or location
Conservation A conservation method that entails the removal of germplasm resources (seed, pollen, sperm, individual organisms, from their original habitat or natural environment. Keeping components of biodiversity alive outside of their original habitat or natural environment.
Latin term referring to the removal of a substance from its natural or original position.
the maintenance of an organism or group of organisms away from the place where they naturally occur.
conservation: Conservation other than in in situ stands.
In a position or location other than the natural or original one.
From outside. When applied to tree plantations, refers to a planting site distant from the seed collection site.
Away from the natural or original position/place.
Away from the original location. Exotic species (see Alien species).
conservation: Literally conservation "off-site." The conservation of a plant outside of its original or natural habitats, such as in a gene bank (a facility where temperature and humidity are artificially controlled) or botanical garden and stored as a seed, tissue, entire plant, or pollen.