fructification


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fructification

[′frək·tə·fə′kā·shən]
(botany)
The process of producing fruit.
A fruit and its appendages.
(mycology)
A sporogenous structure.
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This species is active in spring, summer, and autumm, though fructification is episodical according to water availability.
But the fact of that possibility should not be mistaken for its easy feasibility or even the high likelihood of its fructification.
The event assumes significance as it will mark the fructification of the civil movement that was, at one time, in danger of losing relevance after Kejriwal and Hazare parted ways in September 2012 over the former's decision to take the political plunge for fighting corruption.
His stewardship resulted in fructification of Pakistan Army's operational thought and doctrinal response to the much vaunted Cold Start doctrine of Indian Army.
Again Elder Sophrony of Essex (1896-1993), the disciple and biographer of Saint Silouan the Athonite (1866-1938), shared with his friend the Catholic priest David Balfour, who later converted to Orthodoxy, his understanding concerning silence, an understanding that emanated from his inner fructification.
The sliced sclerotia were seeded into the bags containing the substrates and watered enough to create a humid environment required for fructification.
15) In overtly naming the "wilderness" or the "frontier" that hitherto occluded the violence accompanying its rationalization and fructification as perpetual "enemy," his exceptionalism also "justifies" the Bush administration's establishment of the (global) "Homeland Security State," in which the (exceptional) state of emergency becomes the norm.
To make myself clear, the fructification of the feminist quest for equality in the youth movement's demand for social justice have led to the visibility of scattered and much more localized, movements of protests led by women in many poor urban neighborhoods and rural areas.
And the message was clear: let's build on what is already available and ensure its fructification before moving to found some new projects.
2004, 2005), when we have noticed that the photoperiod becomes larger, temperatures are warmer and the most abundant rains occur, triggering the greening, flowering, and fructification of plants in both sites.