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However, high-tech greenhouses with heating and air-conditioning, irrigation systems, automatic fertilization and other frills allow growers to mimic, and in the last few seasons, maybe even improve upon a New England-like climate.
There will be team-ups and cross-fertilizations galore: the X-Men versus the Avengers, Spider-Man meets Wolverine, Black Panther allying with the Hulk.
Drought-tolerant plants like cacti, succulents and Sansevieria need minimal fertilization.
She was artificially inseminated by giant male panda Tian Tian's sperm in late May, but the fertilization effort was not successful.
In the species Pseudorrenilubrus multicolor, the female mouth broods the eggs, and fertilization takes place there and in the open water.
Sperm and eggs each have 23 chromosomes and, during fertilization, those chromosomes get matched up.
If fertilization is successful, the seedpods will develop and ripen in a few weeks to a few months.
This allows doctors to look for blockages which could interfere with the fertilization of an egg, Dr. Frederick says.
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FERTILIZATION Defined for Kids
medical Definition of fertilization
fertilizeor British fertilise play \ˈfərt-ᵊl-ˌīz\ transitive verb fertilized or British fertilised; fertilizing or British fertilising
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