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The gemmules possess two sorts of affinity, one of which might be called propagative, and the other germinative affinity.On the Genesis of Species|St. George Mivart
It then becomes inert matter, and the germinative cells alone of all its parts continue its life under certain conditions.
The female germinative cell, on the contrary, is immobile and much larger than the male cell.
Are the dominant forces in the human germinative cells those which bring a contribution of beauty?Pedagogical Anthropology|Maria Montessori
We are elsewhere informed that these seeds preserve their germinative properties for six years and even longer.