Definition of Cultivability

1. [n -TIES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cultivability

culti
cultic
cultically
cultigen
cultigens
cultirostral
cultish
cultishly
cultishness
cultishnesses
cultism
cultisms
cultist
cultists
cultivabilities
cultivability (current term)
cultivable
cultivar
cultivars
cultivatable
cultivate
cultivated
cultivated cabbage
cultivated carrot
cultivated celery
cultivated crab apple
cultivated land
cultivated parsnip
cultivated plant
cultivated rice

Literary usage of Cultivability

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1. Transactions of the Epidemiological Society of London by Epidemiological Society of London (1883)
"And shortly afterwards, in 1876, our own Dr. Klein found this same property of cultivability outside the body, in the very similar bacilli of the disease of ..."

2. The Referendum in America: Together with Some Chapters on the Initiative and by Ellis Paxson Oberholtzer (1911)
"... very many instances which might be cited to illustrate the part the people play in voting money to increase the fertility and cultivability of the soil, ..."

3. Proceedings and Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada: Déliberations by Royal Society of Canada (1890)
"He says: "The denomination of Terra de Laborador or Laboratoris seems probably enough conjectured to be from the cultivability (if one may so term it) of ..."

4. Aristocracy and Evolution: A Study of the Rights, the Origin, and the Social by William Hurrell Mallock (1898)
"In the history of each community the chief of the external factors are these: the climate of the region which the community occupies; the cultivability of ..."

5. Investing in Biological Diversity: The Cairns Conference : Proceedings of by OECD Staff (1997)
"... absence of anti-nutritional factors, cultivability, etc., would require their appraisal under ex-situ conditions. Botanical gardens and arboreta provide ..."

6. International Medical and Surgical Surveyby American Institute of Medicine by American Institute of Medicine (1922)
"The first purpose of this investigation was to substantiate the more or less constant cultivability of a pleomorphic, partly acid-fast diph- ..."

7. The Referendum in America: Together with Some Chapters on the History of the by Ellis Paxson Oberholtzer (1900)
"... very many instances which might be cited to illustrate the part the people play in voting money to increase the fertility and cultivability of the soil, ..."

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