- adj. 植物的；植物人狀態的，無所作為的；促使植物生長的；有生長力的
1.Landscape Management Vegetative modifications to render the environment less suitable for tick survival and for tick hosts.
2.Of these, 23 had a diagnosis of "vegetative state," meaning they were not able to signal any response to commands or questions.
3.Owen and his team are using brain-imaging techniques to determine the levels of consciousness in patients who are in a vegetative state.
4.He concluded that ROM was suffering from locked-in syndrome, that he was not, after all, neuro-vegetative.
5.Patients diagnosed as vegetative have periods of wakefulness but seem unaware of themselves or their surroundings.
6.There are big differences. Inglis's son was in a vegetative state, so she can't claim she was fulfilling his desire to die.
7.He and his colleagues have a lot of them: They wake up 84 percent of their patients from a minimally conscious or vegetative state.