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Definition of winter buds

winter buds
Statoblast Stat"o*blast, n. [Gr. ? standing (i. e., remaining) + -blast.] (Zo["o]l.) One of a peculiar kind of internal buds, or germs, produced in the interior of certain Bryozoa and sponges, especially in the fresh-water species; -- also called winter buds. Note: They are protected by a firm covering, and are usually destined to perpetuate the species during the winter season. They burst open and develop in the spring. In some fresh-water sponges they serve to preserve the species during the dry season. See Illust. under Phylactol[ae]mata.

Meaning of winter buds from wikipedia

- over the bud, and the bud is then called a naked bud. The minute underdeveloped leaves in such buds are often excessively hairy. Naked buds are found...
- and zigzag, nearly black in color, spotted with lighter lenticels. The winter buds are tiny, rounded and dark red to chestnut in color. The leaves are alternate...
- according to cultivar 01 Beginning of bud swelling: buds begin to expand inside the bud scales 03 End of bud swelling: buds swollen, but not green 05 “Wool...
- gravity, 0.5678; relative density, 0.53724 g/cm3 (33.539 lb/cu ft). Winter buds: Large, stinky, sticky, green, and three-scaled, they form in summer...
- or bruised. The winter buds are light red, covered with pale scurfy down, protected by a pair of opposing scales. Flower-bearing buds are 2 cm (3⁄4 in)...
- surface and are attached to the plant by delicate stalks. It produces winter buds from the stem tips that overwinter on the lake bottom. It also often...
- (20.60 kg). Winter buds: Ovate, acute, chestnut brown, 1⁄8 inch (3 mm) long. Inner scales enlarge when spring growth begins. No terminal bud is formed....
- Lloyd C. Winter, better known as Bud (June 8, 1909 – December 6, 1985) was an American track and field coach who is regarded as one of the greatest sprint...
- smooth on young trees, becoming fissured and flaky on old trees. The winter buds are green, with a sticky resinous coating. The leaves are 15–25 cm long...
- name, deltoides.Their winter buds are enrobed in a protective fragrant resin that coat young leaves when they unfurl from the bud. In the typical subspecies...
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