Budlet

Bud´let


n.1.A little bud springing from a parent bud.
We have a criterion to distinguish one bud from another, or the parent bud from the numerous budlets which are its offspring.
- E. Darwin.
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BUDLET addressed the prevention of a landing of up to fifty guerillas on all three of the islands.
He listed 6-letter girders that satisfy Borgmann's first two conditions: CUTLAS : COTMAN SUCLAT : SOCMAN CURPIN : CARBID BOGMEN : BUGLES BOGMEN : BUGLET LAMBED : LUMPEN BADGER : BUDLET COLIES : CULMEN METHOD : MATRON SUNLIT : SANGIR TUBMAN : TOBIAS CAPRIN : CUPRID
It could be birds simply pulling at them, but most likely it would be the aphid that gets on Honeysuckle destroying the embryo budlet.
4A): secondgeneration buds (budlets) that are developing from more differentiated buds (first-generation buds), which themselves are attached to adult filter-feeding zooids (blastozooids).
4B), thus producing two budlets and increasing the overall size of the colony.
Wanting to see and smell the water a last time before her trip, Charlotte walked down the clay road lined with wild blackberry bushes, the outer bunches shriveled and dry, but inside, where she reached her long fingers, filled with the tiny tart budlets. Although their ten acres ran from the road out to the Gulf of Saint Lawrence, Wen had insisted they build away from the water, where in the winter cold gusts of wind blew in from the north Atlantic, so as to save on heating costs.
Colonies include three blastogenetic generations represented by mature, filter-feeding zooids, primary buds on zooids, and secondary buds (budlets) emerging from the primary buds (Manni et al., 2007).