regerminative

germinative

[jur-muh-ney-tiv, -muh-nuh-tiv]
adjective
capable of germinating, developing, or creating; of or pertaining to germination.

Origin:
1700–10; germinate + -ive

germinatively, adverb
nongerminative, adjective
regerminative, adjective
regerminatively, adverb
ungerminative, adjective
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