A part of a plant that can produce another plant: including seeds, roots and rhizomes.
any disseminable microbial element that can give rise to new growth (e.g. spores, hyphal fragments, cells)
A term used for a structure in a plant (occasionally used for invertebrates) from which a new individual may arise, e.g. seed, corm, bulb, cyst and which may often also be a unit of dispersal.
Any part of a plant that will produce another plant; variously seeds, stems, roots, rhizomes, stolons, bulbs, turions, corms, pips, etc.
a sexual or asexual reproductive particle, such as a gamete or spore
seeds or fragments of vegetation capable of producing new plants.
a segment of a plant used to vegetatively reproduce or propagate a species
a tissue, organ or plant part that can be regenerated into a whole plant (i
Plant part that is being propagated.
a reproductive product of a parent plant. Propagules may be sexual in origin, such as, seeds, or asexual, such as, cuttings.
dispersal stage of a plant or animal, such as fertilized eggs, larvae, or seeds.
The part of an organism that may be spread so as to reproduce the organism.
A cutting or fragment of a seaplant thallus that is used for vegetative propagation of a crop
a structure with the capacity to give rise to a new plant, e.g. a seed, a spore, part of the vegetative body capable of independent growth if detached from the parent.
seed, spore, tuber, egg-something from which new life germinates or hatches
any part of a plant that can give rise to a new individual and aids in dispersal of the species.
A structure, such as a cutting, seed, or spore, that propagates a plant.
Any structure that functions in plant propagation or dispersal (e.g., a spore or seed).
(pl. propagules): The part of the organism that may be disseminated and reproduce the organism. (1) Any part of an organism capable of independent growth. (2)
Structure that develops into a plant.
Any plant part that is capable of independent propagation of a new individual.
A plant part used in propagation.
Any disseminative unit of an organism (e.g., a spore, a mycelial fragment a sclerotium). ( 16)
A propagule is any plant material used for the purpose of plant propagation. In asexual reproduction, a propagule may be a woody, semi-hardwood, or softwood cutting, leaf section, or any number of other plant parts. In sexual reproduction, a propagule is a seed.