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French translation: greffon, bois de greffe

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GLOSSARY ENTRY (DERIVED FROM QUESTION BELOW)
English term or phrase:budwood
French translation:greffon, bois de greffe
Entered by: Brigitte Gendebien
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00:34 Feb 8, 2001
English to French translations [PRO]
English term or phrase: budwood
budwood means budwood of the trees and includes any plant materiel of the Authorised Variety capable of vegetative reproduction
Sylvie André
France
Local time: 01:13
greffon
Explanation:
budwood garden : jardin à bois (EuroDicAutom)

bud
Dormant and unelongated stem composed of a short axis of meristem cells from which embryonic leaves, lateral buds, flower parts or all three arise.

budding
1. The use of a bud for grafting.
2. A technique used to obtain new fruit trees with the same characteristics as those already producing good quality fruit in quantity. A bud is cut from a mother tree scion and spliced into the bark of a young seedling or clonnaly produced rootstock.
3. A method of vegetative propagation of plants by implantation of buds from the mother plant into a rootstock.
4. Grafting by inserting a bud with a small amount of attached bark or stem tissue into a cut in the bark of the rootstock.

budwood
See scion

scion
1. A twig, or portion of a twig, of one plant that is grafted onto the stock of another.
2. Any unrooted portion of a plant used for grafting or budding onto a rootstock. Shoots of woody plants from which scions are cut are called 'scionwood' or, if approprate, 'budwood'.

scion : sarment greffon

scion; graft; cion :
greffon [1]; greffe [2]

scion grafting : greffage par rameaux détachés [1]

scion cutter : coupe-greffons

scion root : racine du greffon

(EuroDicAutom)


Budwood: the varietal grape that is grafted onto the rootstock. This is the part of the vine that produces the fruit.
(http://www.aboutwines.com/home/reference/glossary/main.html?...

Budwood: Mature or semi-mature stems harvested as a source of bud eyes for new propagation.
(http://www.regannursery.com/getting_started/rose_glossary.ht...


Plant:
A vegetable organism. In quarantine, plants include all plants, parts of plants whether living or dead, including stems, branches, tubers, bulbs, corms, stocks, budwood, cuttings, suckers, roots, leaves, flowers, fruit, seeds and seedlings.
(http://www.aqis.gov.au/docs/schools/rl/8121.htm)
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Brigitte Gendebien
Belgium
Local time: 01:13
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Summary of answers provided
narameau-écusson
Yolanda Broad
nabois de greffe
Anne Palaysi
nagreffon
Brigitte Gendebien


  

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31 mins
greffon


Explanation:
budwood garden : jardin à bois (EuroDicAutom)

bud
Dormant and unelongated stem composed of a short axis of meristem cells from which embryonic leaves, lateral buds, flower parts or all three arise.

budding
1. The use of a bud for grafting.
2. A technique used to obtain new fruit trees with the same characteristics as those already producing good quality fruit in quantity. A bud is cut from a mother tree scion and spliced into the bark of a young seedling or clonnaly produced rootstock.
3. A method of vegetative propagation of plants by implantation of buds from the mother plant into a rootstock.
4. Grafting by inserting a bud with a small amount of attached bark or stem tissue into a cut in the bark of the rootstock.

budwood
See scion

scion
1. A twig, or portion of a twig, of one plant that is grafted onto the stock of another.
2. Any unrooted portion of a plant used for grafting or budding onto a rootstock. Shoots of woody plants from which scions are cut are called 'scionwood' or, if approprate, 'budwood'.

scion : sarment greffon

scion; graft; cion :
greffon [1]; greffe [2]

scion grafting : greffage par rameaux détachés [1]

scion cutter : coupe-greffons

scion root : racine du greffon

(EuroDicAutom)


Budwood: the varietal grape that is grafted onto the rootstock. This is the part of the vine that produces the fruit.
(http://www.aboutwines.com/home/reference/glossary/main.html?...

Budwood: Mature or semi-mature stems harvested as a source of bud eyes for new propagation.
(http://www.regannursery.com/getting_started/rose_glossary.ht...


Plant:
A vegetable organism. In quarantine, plants include all plants, parts of plants whether living or dead, including stems, branches, tubers, bulbs, corms, stocks, budwood, cuttings, suckers, roots, leaves, flowers, fruit, seeds and seedlings.
(http://www.aqis.gov.au/docs/schools/rl/8121.htm)



    Reference: http://www.regannursery.com/getting_started/rose_glossary.ht...
    Reference: http://www.nrsp5.wsu.edu/nrspcs07.html
Brigitte Gendebien
Belgium
Local time: 01:13
Native speaker of: Native in FrenchFrench
PRO pts in pair: 755

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35 mins
bois de greffe


Explanation:
Bud-wood = bois de greffe
Domaine : botanique


    Le Grand Dictionnaire Treminologique,1995
Anne Palaysi
France
Local time: 01:13
Native speaker of: French
PRO pts in pair: 50

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Lucien Marcelet
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8 hrs
rameau-écusson


Explanation:
À noter **, dans "OBS" en français et anglais, ci-bas :

French:Horticulture
rameau-greffon s CORRECT,MASC
rameau porte-greffons s CORRECT,MASC
bois de greffe s CORRECT,MASC
OBS - Les rameaux-greffons sont presque identiques aux rameaux-écussons, la seule différence est que le greffon se récolte à l'état dormant et le **rameau-écusson** lorsque l'arbre est en pleine végétation. s

English:Horticulture
scion wood s CORRECT
cion wood s CORRECT
CONT - Scion wood consists of terminal shoots that have developed during the current growing season. Older wood is less satisfactory. Buds should be well developed and the wood well ripened before shoots are gathered. s
OBS - Functionally the same as **budwood**, the only difference being that scion wood is gathered while the tree is dormant and budsticks are taken while it is in leaf. s
1990-05-16


    Reference: http://www.termium.com
Yolanda Broad
United States
Local time: 19:13
Native speaker of: English
PRO pts in pair: 720
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