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Biology Terms

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defoliate click for pronunciation <-- click for pronunciation
To strip a plant of leaves, thereby damaging or destroying it.
Of, at, from, or towards the side.
Elegant in appearance and charming in manner.
A conversation or dialogue, especially on a serious subject.

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