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synonyms for plant

  • flower
  • grass
  • herb
  • seedling
  • shrub
  • tree
  • vine
  • weed
  • annual
  • biennial
  • bush
  • creeper
  • cutting
  • greenery
  • perennial
  • shoot
  • slip
  • sprout
See also synonyms for: planted / planting / plants
  • raise
  • farm
  • cover
  • scatter
  • sow
  • implant
  • bury
  • grow
  • transplant
  • pitch
  • start
  • pot
  • seed
  • stock
  • seed down
  • set out
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antonyms for plant

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  • animal
  • upset
  • disestablish
  • reveal
  • abandon
  • stop
  • reduce
  • diminish
  • unsettle
  • disorganize
  • disorder
  • reap
  • harvest
  • uncover
  • ignore
  • lessen
  • decrease
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Further evidence has come from two more recent outbreaks, the first at a seafood processing plant in Oregon and the second at a chicken processing plant in Arkansas.
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Nearly one in every three of the plants had pesticide levels known to be lethal to monarchs.
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Wadley’s team also found bits of burned wood in the bedding containing fragments of camphor leaves, an aromatic plant that can be used as a bug repellent.
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Altogether, 9% of the nation’s meat plant workers—around 30,000 people—have contracted the virus, according to a recent analysis by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
THE LOGJAM OF CATTLE STUCK ON FEEDLOTS IS BEGINNING TO CLEARTIM MCDONNELLJULY 13, 2020QUARTZ
The biggest machine learning algorithms use closer to a nuclear power plant’s worth of electricity and racks of chips to learn.
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Now scientists have demonstrated a way to build CNT transistors in a commercial silicon fabrication plant.
CARBON NANOTUBE TRANSISTORS MAY SOON GIVE WANING MOORE’S LAW A BOOSTEDD GENTJUNE 1, 2020SINGULARITY HUB 
A six-foot-diameter pipe carrying the city’s wastewater runs underground through the property before delivering the water to a treatment plant.
BUILDINGS CONSUME LOTS OF ENERGY—HERE’S HOW TO DESIGN WHOLE COMMUNITIES THAT GIVE BACK AS MUCH AS THEY TAKECHARLES F. KUTSCHERMAY 28, 2020SINGULARITY HUB 
I noticed where plants grew, and how the soil in the shadowy areas of the mountain differs from soil in the more sun-exposed areas.
DESERT TRAILS AND MICROBIAL LIFE EXCITE THIS SOIL SCIENTISTCAROLYN WILKEMARCH 31, 2020SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
For instance, bacteria and yeast can break down sugars and starches from plants, such as corn.
SCIENTISTS SAY: FERMENTATIONCAROLYN WILKEMARCH 9, 2020SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
She uses chemistry and soil science to decide which fertilizer will best support which plants.
SCIENCE ISN’T JUST FOR SCIENTISTSSILKE SCHMIDTMARCH 5, 2020SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
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WORDS RELATED TO PLANT

  • abettor
  • accomplice
  • aid
  • aide
  • assistant
  • associate
  • co-conspirator
  • colleague
  • confederate
  • conspirator
  • helper
  • insider
  • partner
  • plant
  • ringer
  • shill
  • stall
  • subordinate
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