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Definition of bulblet

bulblet
Bulbil Bulb"il, n. [Dim. fr. bulb.] 1. (Bot.) A small or secondary bulb; hence, now almost exclusively: An a["e]rial bulb or deciduous bud, produced in the leaf axils, as in the tiger lily, or relpacing the flowers, as in some onions, and capable, when separated, of propagating the plant; -- called also bulblet and brood bud. 2. (Anat.) A small hollow bulb, such as an enlargement in a small vessel or tube.
Bulblet
Bulblet Bulb"let, n. [Bulb,n.+ -let.] (Bot.) A small bulb, either produced on a larger bulb, or on some a["e]rial part of a plant, as in the axils of leaves in the tiger lily, or replacing the flowers in some kinds of onion.

Meaning of bulblet from wikipedia

- produces true bulbs. A bulbil is a small bulb, and may also be called a bulblet, bulbet, or bulbel. Small bulbs can develop or propagate a large bulb....
- Saxifraga cernua, the drooping saxifrage, nodding saxifrage or bulblet saxifrage, is a flower common all over the High Arctic. It stretches further south...
- proliferum, are similar to common onions (A. cepa), but with a cluster of bulblets where a normal onion would have flowers. Genomic evidence has conclusively...
- convulsions are often uncontrollable. Minnesota Wildflowers. "Cicuta bulbifera (Bulblet-bearing Water Hemlock)". Retrieved 1 April 2012. Washington Department...
- Cystopteris bulbifera, with the common name bulblet fern, bulblet bladderfern, or bulblet fragile fern is a fern in the family Cystopteridaceae. The fern...
- A bulbil (also referred to as bulbel, bulblet, and/or pup) is a small, young plant that is reproduced vegetatively from axillary buds on the parent plant's...
- plant is based on the formation of bulblets. The common name "pregnant onion" is due to the small adventitious bulblets that form from the initial bulb scales...
- to avoid problems with viruses is to grow plants from seed instead of bulblets. It forms bulbs at ground level, and, unlike other lilies, grows a basal...
- North America will grow only in moist, intensely acid soils, while the bulblet bladder fern (Cystopteris bulbifera), with an overlapping range, is found...
- cave entrances are most frequently (and often densely) po****ted by the bulblet fern, Cystopteris bulbifera. Throughout history, primitive peoples have...
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