Gemmate - definition of gemmate by The Free Dictionary
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(Biology) (of some plants and animals) having or reproducing by gemmae
(Biology) (intr) to produce or reproduce by gemmae
gem•mate (ˈdʒɛm eɪt)
adj., v. -mat•ed, -mat•ing. adj.
1. having or increasing by means of gemmae. v.i.
2. to put forth buds; increase by budding.
[1840–50; < Latin gemmātus
budded, adorned with gems. See gemma
Past participle: gemmated
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