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Noun(1) a descendent or heir
(1) It's the same scion and the rootstocks are different, so you have a different tree - and there are thousands and thousands of root stocks that can affect quality, size, taste, all of these things.(2) he was the scion of a wealthy family(3) Remember, no matter how the scion may seem, so long as there is light in his eyes, there is still hope.(4) Time and again, I have observed suckering (vigorous growth from roots) and incompatibility between rootstock and scion .(5) He has been identified, or at least in the eyes of his critics, as the scion of important political family, one in which he's had to do very little on his own to be successful.(6) It is especially important to protect the bud union (where the top scion meets the rootstock).(7) Every so often I try and re-invent myself as a scion of publishing and literature.(8) The scion of a courtier family with wealthy estates in Buckinghamshire and Yorkshire, he received a gentleman's education at Oxford and the Inns of Court, before embarking on the Grand Tour of Europe.(9) John was the scion of a family that thrived on back-stabbing.(10) He is the scion of a wealthy Saudi family that made its fortune in the construction business.(11) Many kinds of pistachio trees that aren't cultivated for their nuts are instead used as rootstocks to which the upper, nut-bearing portion of the tree, or scion , is grafted.(12) However, with the results of our experiments with the scion 's blood sample, it is possible that a cure may be devised for this malady.(13) She is after all the scion of mighty kings, no matter how ill-gotten she may be.(14) George Washington was a scion and leader of Virginia's landed, slaveowning gentry.(15) Investment management was originally more of an art form than a science, gut instinct and personal knowledge being the main weapons of many of the scions of Wall Street whose eponymous practices now dominate the world.(16) Rose Wilt was long thought to be a suspected viral disease caused by grafting scions onto imported root stocks from the U.K., Canada and Australia.
1. cutting ::
2. graft ::
3. slip ::
4. shoot ::
5. offshoot ::
6. twig ::
Different Formsscion, scions
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