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The Latin term "adventiv" means in plants that unusual shoots of newly formed, adventitious branches of stems, roots, stems and leaves are not included in the blueprint eyes (Buds) can form. In contrast to the usual standard axillary buds (axillary buds) they were not previously created. Normally mechanical causes such as tissue damage, frostbite or lacerations are needed to stimulate the formation of adventitious buds in intact tissue. Some tree species form after clear cutting new sprouts from the root brood (blackthorn, grazing), others drive on the tree stump as a stick rash new (hazel). In the past, after a harsh winter, many vines moved out of the root plate in this way, although the above-ground parts had frozen to the ground. This could be done before phylloxera invasion yes also be easily admitted. At the Rebstock Formed from such adventive buds, which are also called "sleeping eyes", on the old wood the so-called water shoots, See a list of keyword relevant keywords below grapevine,

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