Meaning nectar
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Sugary solution secreted by some flowers. Used to attract insects and birds who inadvertently pollinate the flower whilst taking the nectar.
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the sweet liquid that flowering plants produce as a way of attracting the insects and small birds that assist in pollination.
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A sugary fluid secreted by some flowers.
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a sweet juice found in some flower blossoms
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n. Any especially sweet and delicious drink.
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A sweet, syrupy exudate produced by some flowers as an attractant for pollinators. nectary
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[Gland] -- Sugary, watery fluid generally secreted to attract animals.
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(n) a sweet liquid secretion that is attractive to pollinators(n) fruit juice especially when undiluted(n) (classical mythology) the food and drink of the gods; mortals who ate it became immortal
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N nectar| the drink of the gods; anything sweet| pleasant or delicious
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The sugary fluid produced by many flowers and ingested by many insects, some birds, and a few mammals.
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Sugar-rich liquid produced in Plant glands called nectaries. It is either produced in Flowers or other Plant Structures, providing a source of attraction for pollinating Insects and Animals, as well a [..]
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any delicious drink. In mythology, this was the drink of the Olympian gods. Also, the juice of plants collected for honey.
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any delicious drink. In mythology, this was the drink of the Olympian gods. Also, the juice of plants collected for honey.
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The sugary liquid secreted by many flowers. Nectary.
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 (noun)- the sugary, sweet liquid produced by many flowers.
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A sweet liquid that is secreted by a plant and is the chief raw material of honey.
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, the sugary secretion of the plant, produced by flowers or other structures, frequently scented; the main or only food of many insects, particularly Apoidea (Hymenoptera), adult Lepidoptera and some [..]
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A sweet liquid made by flowers. It attracts insects, such as bees and butterflies, as well as hummingbirds. Bees also use it to make honey.
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the sweet liquid produced by many flowers. An adult butterfly sips nectar through its proboscis
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liquid sugar secreted by many flowers to attract pollinators
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a liquid found in flowers and collected by bees and made into honey.
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Sweet liquid saccharine secreted by plant nectaries (glands); chief raw material of honey
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A sugary fluid secreted by some flowers.
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a sweet liquid made by some flowers. neotropical migrant
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a sugar-containing fluid secreted by flowers to attract birds or insects for pollination
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A sweet substance produced by plants that attract pollinating insects such as bees.
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[Gk. nektar, the drink of the gods] A sugary fluid that attracts insects to plants.
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1550s, from Latin nectar, from Greek nektar, name of the drink of the gods, which is said to be a compound of nek- "death" (see necro-) + -tar "overcoming," from PIE *tere- (2) &qu [..]
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sweet plant material that attracts pollinators.
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Collected by bees. Aids pollination
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Sugary liquid produced by plants to attract pollinating insects.
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Nectar is a sweet liquid in many flowers that serves as food for a variety of wildlife, including bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds.
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Sweet liquid secreted by flowers to reward pollinators
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The sweet fluid produced by glands on flowers that attract pollinators such as hummingbirds and honeybees for whom it is a source of energy. Nematode
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