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Cloning vector DNA molecule that is able to bring about the replication of foreign DNA fragments. closterovirus from Greek kloster, ‘thread’ Member of a group of plant viruses with very long, flexuous, rod-shaped particles containing a single molecule of linear RNA, some members of which are transmitted by whiteflies. club root a disease of cabbages and some related vegetables caused by the slime mould fungus. Horticulture cluster cup cold compost 59 lowed by cytoplasmic cleavage coenocytic multinucleate or without cross walls.
Clamp connection a re-curving outgrowth of a cell that, at cell division, acts as a bridge to allow passage of one of the products of nuclear division into the penultimate cell, thereby assuring maintenance of the dikaryotic condition (of members of the Basidiom-ycotina). classification 1. arrangement of organisms into groups based on mutual similarity or evolutionary relatedness. 2. systematic arrangement of soils into groups or categories on the basis of their characteristics. clavate club-shaped.
This condition is more commonly called ‘hardpan’ and creates an impervious layer in lower levels of soil. cambium this is the thin membrane that grows just under the bark of a plant. callus scar tissue that forms when a plant has been damaged or cut. When propagating some succulents it is best to have the leaf form a callus, to prevent disease and rotting. calvin cycle biochemical route of carbon dioxide fixation in many autotrophic organisms. calyx the calyx is formed by the sepals of a flower and describes the green parts that cover the flower bud before it opens and then remain at the base of the flower afterwards.