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To lay a stock or branch of a vine in the ground for propagation.

Origin: F. Provingner, fr. Provin a set, layer of a plant, OF. Provain, from L. Propago, -aginis, akin to propagare to propagate. See Propagate, Prune.

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apoptosis and cancer in plant

... by problem in phytohormone regulation **i believe that plant have apoptosis, you can see orchids invitro can bloom into flower at the same time or provine-trees can mature early than usual non province-tree (clearly in fruits) so it will dead earllier But in vitro plant tissue always young together ...

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by mothorc
Sat May 28, 2005 4:01 am
Forum: Botany Discussion
Topic: Cancerous Plants
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