plant englannista suomeksi
(quote-journal)| passage=In plants, the ability to recognize self from nonself plays an important role in fertilization, because self-fertilization will result in less diverse offspring than fertilization with pollen from another individual. Many genes with reproductive roles also have antibacterial and immune functions, which indicate that the threat of microbial attack on the sperm or egg may be a major influence on rapid evolution during reproduction.
An organism of the kingdom Plantae; now specifically, a living organism of the Embryophyta (land plants) or of the Chlorophyta (algae), a eukaryote that includes double-membraned chloroplasts in its cells containing a and b|b, or any organism closely related to such an organism.
An object placed surreptitiously in order to cause suspicion to fall upon a person.
Anyone assigned to behave as a member of the public during a covert operation (as in a police investigation).
A person, placed amongst an audience, whose role is to cause confusion, laughter etc.
2008, Phil Yates, ''The Times'', April 28 2008:
- O’Sullivan risked a plant that went badly astray, splitting the reds.
A young tree; a sapling; hence, a stick or staff.
(quote-book), transl.| chapter=The Third Book of (w)'s Georgicks| title=The Annual Miscellany, for the Year 1694| edition=second| location=London| publisher=Jacob Tonson| year_published=1708| page=185| pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?pg=PA185&id=_zAJAAAAQAAJ| passage=Take, Shepherd, take a Plant of ſtubborn Oak; / And labour him with many a ſturdy ſtroke: / Or with hard Stones, demoliſh from afar / His haughty Creſt, the feat of all the War.
(quote-book)|chapter=(w)| title=The Works of Ben Jonson| volume=V| location=London| publisher=D. Midwinter et al.| year_published=1756| page=384| pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=hzDuAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA384| passage=Knotty legs, and plants of clay, / Seek for eaſe, or love delay.
A plan; a swindle; a trick.
(quote-journal)|title=A Detective Police Party| journal=(w)| volume=1| page=413| pageurl=https://books.google.com/books?id=mofice8Ca7cC&pg=PA413| passage=It wasn’t a bad plant that of mine, on Fikey, the man accused of forging the Sou’ Westeru Railway debentures—it was only t’ other day—because the reason why? I’ll tell you.
To place (an object, or sometimes a person), often with the implication of intending deceit.
''That gun's not mine! It was planted there by the real murderer!''
To place or set something firmly or with conviction.
''Plant your feet firmly and give the rope a good tug.''
''to plant cannon against a fort; to plant a flag; to plant one's feet on solid ground''
To place in the ground.
(quote-book)|title=Twenty-ſix Letters on Religious Subjects(..) To which are added Hymns(..)|edition=fourth|chapter=(w)|url=https://books.google.co.nz/books?id=rKhVAAAAcAAJ|page=252|text=(smallcaps) moves in a myſterious way, / His wonders to perform; / He plants his footſteps in the ſea, / And rides upon the ſtorm.
To furnish or supply with plants.
''to plant a garden, an orchard, or a forest''
To engender; to generate; to set the germ of.
To furnish with a fixed and organized population; to settle; to establish.
''to plant a colony''
(RQ:Bacon Of Plantation)
- planting of countries like planting of woods
To introduce and establish the principles or seeds of.
''to plant Christianity among the heathen''
To set up; to install; to instate.
(RQ:Shakespeare Richard 3)
(nl-verb form of)
(verb form of)
(mfe-short of); to plant.
(neuter singular of)
people regarded as product of a particular place, time, event, circumstances, etc.