More often than not, it will taste harsh and vegetal; possibly like a dead squirrel dipped in kerosene.
I am inclined to the view that here, as in 124 the preceding case, the resemblance to a vegetal growth is purely adventitious.
This development imparts to vegetal nutrition an ever greater preponderance.
The nitro-bacteria must belong to the oldest monera, and represent a transition from the vegetal chromacea to the animal bacteria.
vegetal forms, excepting where in use as instruments or utensils, as reeds and gourds, were not copied.
Seams of graphite may therefore represent accumulations of vegetal matter such as seaweed.
Periodicity—generally at a longer interval of pulsation—equally affects the vegetal forms of life.
Now, inorganic food is generally diffused in the waters, so that the vegetal feeders have no incentive to develop mobility.
The shorter the annual period the more would the vegetal approximate to the animal, and vice versa.
When they first appeared they were, of course, without inhabitants of any kind, animal or vegetal.
vegetal veg·e·tal (věj'ĭ-tl)
Of, relating to, or characteristic of plants.
Relating to growth rather than to sexual reproduction; vegetative.