- adventitious bud
- Vegetative growth arising on a cycad stem, giving rise to suckers at the base or offsets on the aerial stem.
Expanded glossary of Cycad terms . 2014.
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suckering — Vegetative formation of a new stem and root system from an adventitious bud of a stem or root, either naturally or by human action. Such asexual reproduction is based on the ability of plants to regenerate tissues and parts. Examples of plants… … Universalium
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