fructification

[ fruhk-tuh-fi-key-shuh n, froo k-, frook- ]

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Fourthly, the position of the head which the nature of fructification requires.

The object of this rite is the fructification of all seeds known to the Hopi.

It is very true that saps ascend for fructification; but what is this fructification, to which you allude?

This, in a few words, is the main general character of the fructification.

Most of the mosses produce their fructification in the winter and spring.

This bears the cone of fructification, which is ripened about the month of April.

It is represented with its fronds of leaves, and its organs of fructification.

The great difference in the two species lies in the fructification.

The fructification of Ferns is borne on the back or under side of the leaves.

Browne's contemporary, Dean Wren, seems sadly to have misunderstood the fructification of the Oak.

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