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A plant possessing four sets of chromosomes, as opposed to the usual two of the diploid.
To graft only the ends of a plant, leaving branches intact.
Moving a plant from one place to another.
Having three sets of chromosomes, as opposed to the usual two of the diploid. Triploid plants are invariably sterile.
Short plants, eg, ground cover, which are grown under taller shrubs or trees.
A plant with herbaceous parts that are edible. These are commonly the leaves and stem.
Those parts of a plant that are not involved in sexual reproduction, such as the leaves, stems and roots.
A climbing plant, eg, a grape vine.
Plants able to withstand extreme drought conditions, eg, cacti.
The amount of produce from a cropping plant, measured by weight or quantity.