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breed a particular type or kind of animal or plant. [1/4 definitions]
brier1 a kind of thorny plant or bush. [1/2 definitions]
broccoli a plant whose green flower buds and stalk are used for food. Broccoli is related to the cabbage plant.
Brussels sprout a small green bud that grows on the stem of a plant that is a type of cabbage. Brussels sprouts look like very small cabbages and are eaten as vegetables.
buckwheat a plant with seeds that are often ground into flour or used as food for farm animals. [1/2 definitions]
bud1 a swelling on a plant that can grow into new parts, such as leaves or a flower. [1/3 definitions]
bulb a plant bud that begins to grow underground. Tulips and crocuses grow from bulbs. [1/3 definitions]
bur any plant with burs. [1/2 definitions]
burlap a rough cloth made from strong hemp or jute plant fibers. Burlap is used to make large packing bags and other things.
bush1 a low plant with many woody branches; shrub.
buttercup a plant with shiny yellow flowers shaped like cups.
cactus a thick-stemmed, often prickly plant without conventional leaves that grows in hot, dry areas of America.
canal a part of an animal or plant body that is like a tube. Some canals carry air, and others carry liquids. [1/2 definitions]
cane the long, hard stem of the bamboo plant and other large grass plants. [1/3 definitions]
carrot a plant that produces an orange root that is eaten as a vegetable. [2 definitions]
cattail a tall plant with long, flat leaves that grows in wet places. Cattails have long, brown, fuzzy flower spikes.
cauliflower a plant that bears a large head of firm white flowers that can be eaten. Cauliflower is related to the cabbage plant.
celery a plant with crisp, pale green stalks that are eaten as a vegetable. Celery leaves and seeds are used as seasoning.
cell a tiny unit of plant or animal life, having a nucleus and surrounded by a very thin membrane. [1/4 definitions]
cellulose the main element of plant tissue, used in making paper, cellophane, and fabrics.
cereal any plant whose grains are used for food, such as wheat, oats, rice, or rye. [1/2 definitions]