noun see pollenizer

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • pollinizer — See pollinization. * * * …   Universalium

  • pollinizer — pol·li·niz·er …   English syllables

  • pollinizer — zə(r) noun ( s) : pollenizer …   Useful english dictionary

  • Chinook cherry — Chinook is a cross between Bing and Gil Peck and was introduced in 1960 by Harold Fogle. Chinook is similar to Bing but is sweeter and ripens 4 to 10 days sooner. Chinook is a cross pollinizer with Bing and Van.[1] Chinook was introduced as a… …   Wikipedia

  • pollenizer — also pollinizer noun Etymology: pollenize to pollinate Date: 1897 1. a plant that is a source of pollen 2. pollinator a …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Apricot — This article is about the tree and its fruit. For other uses, see Apricot (disambiguation). Apricot Apricot fruits Conservation status …   Wikipedia

  • Watermelon — For other uses, see Watermelon (disambiguation). Watermelon …   Wikipedia

  • Pollenizer — A pollenizer or polleniser, sometimes pollinizer or polliniser (see spelling differences) is a plant that provides pollen.The words pollenizer and pollinator are often confused: A pollinator is the biotic agent that moves the pollen, such as bees …   Wikipedia

  • Pollen source — The term pollen source is often used in the context of beekeeping and refers to flowering plants as a source of pollen for bees or other insects. Bees collect pollen as a protein source to raise their brood. For the plant, the pollinizer, this… …   Wikipedia

  • pollinize — [päl′ə nīz΄] vt. pollinized, pollinizing POLLINATE pollinizer n …   English World dictionary

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