germination[ jur-muh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF germination
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GERMINATION
The marvel of germination must have awakened admiration from a very early date.
It is said that a great number of the seeds were in the first stage of germination.
These rays preponderate at the time of ploughing, sowing, and germination.
This is often of great importance, as in the period of germination of seed.
Then watch and make notes of the time it takes for germination.
That higher life is planted, but its germination is a work of time.
The finer the soil is the surer you may be of the germination of the seed you put into it.
In the spring, when the germination of plants demands its vitalising aid.
The processes of germination are as fascinating as a fairytale.
It may be at the end when the germination is said to be polar (Fig. 26).