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fru·tes·cent

 (fro͞o-tĕs′ənt)
adj.
Relating to, resembling, or assuming the form of a shrub; shrubby.

[Latin frutex, shrub, bush + -escent.]

fru·tes′cence n.
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frutescent

(fruːˈtɛsənt) or

fruticose

adj
(Botany) having the appearance or habit of a shrub; shrubby
[C18: from Latin frutex shrub, bush]
fruˈtescence n
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fru•tes•cent

(fruˈtɛs ənt)

adj.
shrubby or becoming shrubby.
[1700–10; < Latin frut(ex) shrub, bush + -escent]
fru•tes′cence, n.
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and Capsicum frutescence L.) is widely cultivated, primarily as a spice crop [1].
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