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achene a small, dry, hard seed that is attached at a single point and that does not split open when it is mature.
adult a person who is fully grown and mature. [2/6 definitions]
age to mature. [1/11 definitions]
atresia the normal breakdown of mature ovarian follicles that occurs after ovulation. [1/2 definitions]
axolotl any of various salamanders esp. of the southwestern United States and Mexico that mature sexually and breed while in the larval stage, still having gills.
bone marrow the the soft fatty tissue at the core of most bones, where many types of blood cells form and mature before entering the blood stream.
bud1 any person or thing that has not reached its mature state. [1/7 definitions]
bull1 a sexually mature male of several animal species, such as cattle and elephants. [1/9 definitions]
carpel the female organ of a flower, consisting of a modified leaf that forms a single pistil or one member of a compound pistil, in which the seeds mature.
flower to blossom or produce flowers, as a plant; bloom; mature. [1/6 definitions]
follicle a dry seed vessel, such as a milkweed pod, that has a single chamber, having developed from a single ovary, and that splits open along one seam when mature. [1/3 definitions]
full-fledged completely developed; mature. [1/2 definitions]
full-grown having attained full physical size and maturation; adult; mature.
gamete a mature reproductive cell, such as an egg or sperm, that is capable of uniting with another cell to form a new organism.
green not fully mature; unripe. [1/17 definitions]
grow up to become mature.
imago a sexually mature insect. [1/2 definitions]
immature not yet fully developed or mature; juvenile. [1/2 definitions]
incubate to mature and hatch. [1/5 definitions]
inky cap any of various mushrooms whose gills disintegrate into a dark inky liquid when they mature.
mandrill a large West African baboon with a beard, crest, and mane, a tawny coat, and, on the mature male, bright blue and red ribbed markings on the face.