Definition of Pollinize

1. [v -NIZED, -NIZING, -NIZES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pollinize

pollinators
pollinctor
pollinctors
polling
polling booth
polling day
polling place
polling station
pollings
pollinia
pollinial
polliniate
pollinic
polliniferous
pollinium
pollinize (current term)
pollinized
pollinizer
pollinizers
pollinizes
pollinizing
pollinose
pollinoses
pollinosis
pollis
pollises
pollist
pollists
polliwig
polliwigs

Literary usage of Pollinize

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1. The American Entomologist edited by Benjamin Dann Walsh, Charles V Riley, George Vasey (1880)
"The moths usually issue in St. Louis too late to pollinize the flowers of Yucca angustifolia. This species blooms from two to three weeks earlier than Y. ..."

2. Proceedings of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (1882)
"The manner in which insects pollinize and effect fertilization in Yucca is still a matter of great interest to botanists. Dr. Engelmann has pointed out that ..."

3. Summarized Proceedings ... and a Directory of Members by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1882)
"The manner in which insects pollinize and effect fertilization in Yucca is still a matter of great interest to botanists. Dr. Engelmann has pointed out that ..."

4. Vegetable Gardening by Samuel Bowdlear Green (1915)
"For this purpose a rather large camel,s hair brush is used, which can be filled at one time with enough pollen from a few male flowers to pollinize twenty ..."

5. Productive Plant Husbandry: A Text-book for High Schools, Including Plant by Kary Cadmus Davis (1917)
"Flowers which pollinize their own pistils are probably not so common among the cultivated plants as in wild ones. Self-pollin- (Productive Farm Crops. ..."

6. Practical Zoology by Robert William Hegner (1915)
"This is not at all true, since many insects pollinize flowers, others act as scavengers, and a few produce lac, cochineal, tannic acid, medicines, ..."

7. The Minnesota Horticulturist by Minnesota State Horticultural Society (1901)
"When we know that in such crosses as Duchess and Grimes' Golden we have hardiness and excellence of fruit combined, why not pollinize that tree with its own ..."

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