To remove, and settle or establish for residence in another place; as, to transplant inhabitants.
The implantation of bone tissue, as in grafting, from one part of the body to another. Transplant also refers to the transfer of an organ such as a kidney or heart from one individual to another.
Replacement of a diseased organ with a healthy one. A kidney transplant may come from a living donor, usually a relative, or from someone who has just died.
an implant of an organ or tissue from one part of the body to another or from one person to another.
To remove, and plant in another place; as, to transplant trees.
1. To replant a nursery seedling in another part of the nursery for further development. A "2-1" tree seedling is one that was grown from seed for 2 years in the nursery, then replanted and left for a year in another nursery bed. 2. To move a wild seedling to another location for regenerating a forest. 3. Any seedling that is removed from one location and planted elsewhere.
Moving a plant from one area to another.
To remove seedlings from the nursery (seedbed) and plant them in the field either by hand or machine.
an option when all other treatments fail to control symptoms
a standard treatment option for many patients with life-threatening blood, immune system or genetic disorders
a treatment, however, not a cure