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Germplasm are living genetic resources such as seeds or tissues that are maintained for the purpose of animal and plant breeding, preservation, and other  ...

www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/germplasm

Define germplasm: germ cells and their precursors serving as the bearers of heredity and being fundamentally independent of other cells.

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Define germplasm. germplasm synonyms, germplasm pronunciation, germplasm translation, English dictionary definition of germplasm. also germ plasm n. 1.

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Germplasm is living tissue from which new plants can be grown. It can be a seed or another plant part – a leaf, a piece of stem, pollen or even just a few cells that ...

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Germplasm definition: the part of a germ cell that contains hereditary material; the chromosomes and genes | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and ...

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also germ plasm. noun. The genetic material of a species or other related group of organisms, collected for use in study, conservation, and breeding. Germ cells ...

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Germplasm: seeds or other material from which plants can be propagated; the collection of a set of genetic resources for an organism, which for plants can ...

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The genetic material which forms the physical basis of heredity and which is transmitted from one generation to the next by means of the germ cells.

www.researchgate.net/post/What_are_the_differences_between_germplasm_accession_genotype_and_population_and_also_between_heirloom_and_landrace

What are the differences between germplasm, accession, genotype, and population and ... They are open pollinated- meaning that seed can be saved from one ...