Growing, or having the power of growing, as plants; capable of vegetating.
Having the power to produce growth in plants; as, the vegetative properties of soil.
in developmental stages of plant growth. Non-reproductive plant parts, i.e. leaf and stem; in contrast to reproductive plant parts, i.e. flower and seed.
plant parts or plant growth not involved in the production of seed, such as roots, stems, and leaves.
Nonreproductive, or nonflowering, or asexual.
referring to somatic or asexual parts of a plant, which are not involved in sexual reproduction.
adj. Of or pertaining to the non-floral parts of a plant; relating to growth and nutrition rather than to reproduction.
Concerned with growth and development, not sexual reproduction.
Asexual reproductive structures such as rhizomes, crowns, and stolons that are found in perennial plants.
(of reproduction) characterized by asexual processes
composed of vegetation or plants; "regions rich in vegetal products"; "vegetational cover"; "the decaying vegetative layer covering a forest floor"
A sterile structure of a plant, not associated with the production or dissemination of seeds, spores, or pollen.
Form of reproduction where bits of a plant grow to form new individuals. These bits may include bulbs, rhizomes and stems.
Vegetative means non-reproductive or relating to the nonsexual organs of a plant, such as root, stem and leaves.
Reminiscent of green plants, especially grasses.
The non-floral parts of a plant; non-flowering. Parent Term: Plant_parts Child Terms: Foliage Bud Habit Juvenile Root Woody_stem Foliage_(leafy_stem) Underground_bulbs_etc Wood Leafy_stem Woody_stems Bulbs_etc Foliage_(leafy_branch) Woody_stems Difficulty Level: Show examples
plant parts and processes concerning growth and nutrition and not reproduction.
Related to the growth functions rather than to the reproductive functions; of leaves, stems, and roots.
A cell or structure that is not producing reproductive structures, usually in the assimilative state. ( 15)
Assimilative phase in fungi, structure or function as distinguished from the reproductive.