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abscission

Saltos de línea: ab¦scis|sion
Pronunciación: /əbˈsɪʃ(ə)n
 
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Definición de abscission en inglés:

sustantivo

[mass noun] Botany
The natural detachment of parts of a plant, typically dead leaves and ripe fruit: leaf abscission in trees [as modifier]: abscission layer
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • The presence and balance of plant hormones have been shown to affect abscission of leaves, flowers, and immature and mature fruit.
  • Ethylene is involved in many biological processes, like fruit ripening, flower and leaf abscission, senescence, many stress acclimations, and growth.
  • They produce numerous biological effects including promotion of leaf senescence and abscission, stomatal closure, inhibition of root growth, and germination of non-dormant seeds.

Origen

early 17th century: from Latin abscissio(n-), from abscindere, from ab- 'off' + scindere 'to cut'.

Derivados

abscise

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Pronunciación: /əbˈsʌɪz/
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Example sentences
  • The seeds and any abscised siliques were collected from plastic collars around the plant.
  • Abscission dynamics was obtained by plotting abscised fruitlets collected from the ground at 1 d intervals and expressed per tree.
  • In the short term, stomata usually open again within a few days when water stress is still imposed. ‘Xeromorphic’ leaves are often the first to be abscised after rewatering and new leaves are formed by bud break.

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