Nonvascular Plants

Science / Biology / Nonvascular Plants: Plants lacking lignified vascular tissue (xylem), vascularized leaves, and having a free-living, photosynthetic gametophyte stage that dominates the life cycle. Common examples are the mosses and liverworts.

Talmadge-Aiken Plants

Business / Agriculture / Talmadge-Aiken Plants: The approximately 250 meat and poultry plants in 10 states where USDA has contracted with state agency inspectors to conduct federal inspection activities. They are now formally known as Federal-State MORE

Vascular Plants

Science / Biology / Vascular Plants: Group of plants having lignified conducting tissue (xylem vessels or tracheids). MORE

Long-Day Plants

Science / Biology / Long-Day Plants: Plants that fiower in the summer when nights are short and days are long; e.g., spinach and wheat. MORE

Short-Day Plants

Science / Biology / Short-Day Plants: Plants that fiower during early spring or fall when nights are relatively long and days are short; e.g., poinsettia and dandelions. MORE

Permucosal Pin Implants

Health / Dentistry / Permucosal Pin Implants: Endosseous dental implants, shafts of which are threaded or smooth, used in bipodial or tripodial configurations as an abutment. MORE

Nonvascular Plants

Science / Biology / Nonvascular Plants: Plants lacking lignified vascular tissue (xylem), vascularized leaves, and having a free-living, photosynthetic gametophyte stage that dominates the life cycle. Common examples are the mosses and live MORE

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