Moving plant

Related to Moving plant: Mimosa pudica
(Bot.) a leguminous plant (Desmodium gyrans); - so called because its leaflets have a distinct automatic motion.

See also: Moving

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Mum Sandra Wright, of Sunnybank Road in Griffithstown, said she was moving plant pots filled with water at the time.
A cable is fixed on the moving plant and connected with the output link; when the DC-motor01 drives the ball screw, the output link is rotated because of the cable connected to the moving plant.
Gumlink is currently considering upgrading its Detector II equipment to the Detector III device, which offers a separate balancing kit to rebalance moving plant and machinery, as well as monitoring vibration levels.
Lynn worked for the railways, moving plant equipment for 38 years, while Joyce worked as a cleaner.
A FLOWER which bursts open in half a millisecond has been hailed as the world's fastest moving plant after a special camera captured it in action.
The shock from moving plants from outside to inside can cause some yellowing of leaves.
FACTUAL It's the ideal time to start planning for next year, so Monty's moving plants and also giving advice on how to make leaf mould from those falling Autumn leaves.