ab, "away", and scindere, "to cut'") is the shedding
of various parts
of an organism, such as a plant dropping
a leaf, fruit, flower...
- lose all of their leaves
for part of the year. This process
is called abscission
. In some cases
leaf loss coincides
with winter—namely in temperate
- cellular processes including multivesicular
body (MVB) biogenesis, cellular abscission
, and viral
body (MVB) biogenesis
is a process...
- veins carrying
the sap slowly close until
of cells called
the abscission layer completely closes
off the vein allowing
the tree to rid itself
- termed abscission
, the last step of cytokinesis. The process
of abscission physically cleaves
the aforementioned midbody
into two. Abscission
of NaCl, citrate, and EDTA. Abscission zones
It is largely unclear whether
PGs play a role in facilitating abscission
plants, and if they...
- buds on the twig are an important diagnostic
characteristic, as are the abscission scars where
away. The color, texture, and patterning...
- or regulating
of fruit, the opening
of flowers, and the abscission
(or shedding) of leaves. Commercial ripening rooms
use "catalytic generators"...
tumbleweeds. In Psoralea
the tumbleweed detaches
from the plant
of the stem. In the Plantaginaceae, Plantago cretica forms
- when touched, or blown
by the wind, because during ripening
of abscission layers forms
segments, each attached...