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accretion the process of gradual increase or growth, esp. by additions from the outside. [1/3 definitions]
agrobiology the applied science of plant growth and nutrition aimed at improving soil conditions and crop yield.
anastomose to connect, either by natural branching growth or by surgery (parts of a blood vessel, nerve, or any branching system).
annual ring one of the concentric rings of wood visible in a cross section of a tree representing the layer of growth from one year.
antibiotic any of various substances derived from fungi or other organisms and used to destroy or prevent the growth of bacteria or other disease-causing organisms. [1/2 definitions]
antigrowth combined form of growth.
auxin any of a group of organic compounds, often plant hormones, that affect plant growth.
bald lacking a natural growth or covering. [1/4 definitions]
bear1 to produce by growth. [1/8 definitions]
beard the facial hair of a man, or the extended growth of such hair. [2/4 definitions]
bearded having a substantial growth of beard.
biology the science that is concerned with the growth, development, and functioning of living things. [1/3 definitions]
boscage a mass of woody growth; thicket.
bracken a thick growth or mass of such ferns. [1/2 definitions]
browse new plant growth, such as shoots, leaves, and the like, that is suitable for grazing. [1/5 definitions]
brush2 a thick growth of small trees, shrubs, or bushes. [1/2 definitions]
bud1 in primitive animal organisms, a swelling or projecting growth that can develop into a complete organism. [1/7 definitions]
buildup the act, instance, or process of increasing in amount, number, or strength; accumulation; increase; growth. [1/3 definitions]
burl a rounded growth on the side of a tree, often used, in slices, to make veneer. [1/3 definitions]
bush1 a thick mass or growth of bushes. [1/3 definitions]
cambium a thin layer of cells occurring between the bark and wood of a vascular plant, and producing the growth of both.