"of the nature of an addition from without," c. 1600, from Medieval Latin adventitius "coming from abroad, extraneous," a corruption of Latin adventicius "foreign, strange, accidental," from advent- past participle stem of advenire "arrive" (see advent). Related: Adventitiously; adventitiousness.
1. The strike was broken , of course, but mainly by a series of adventitious developments.
2. The adventitious root is triarch, and has the secondary structure.
3. Stem erect or floating, elongate, 5 - angled, nodes often with adventitious roots.
茎直立或漂浮, 拉长, 5具角, 节通常具不定根的.
4. It required more than 15 to induce the adventitious ro - ots.
5. It required more than 15℃ to induce the adventitious ro - ots.