propagule


prop·a·gule

noun \ˈprä-pə-ˌgyül\

Definition of PROPAGULE

:  a structure (as a cutting, a seed, or a spore) that propagates a plant

Origin of PROPAGULE

New Latin propagulum, from Latin propages slip
First Known Use: 1858

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