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...
of veins which
may lead to eventual wilting
of the leaf. Leaf scorch
can be caused
by soil compaction, transplant...
- termed abscission
, the last step of cytokinesis. The process
of abscission physically cleaves
the aforementioned midbody
into two. Abscission
- buds on the twig are an important diagnostic
characteristic, as are the abscission scars where
away. The color, texture, and patterning...
- veins carrying
the sap slowly close until
of cells called
the abscission layer completely closes
off the vein allowing
the tree to rid itself
- when touched, or blown
by the wind, because during ripening
of abscission layers forms
segments, each attached...
- or regulating
of fruit, the opening
of flowers, and the abscission
(or shedding) of leaves. Commercial ripening rooms
use "catalytic generators"...
- may or may not involve
the loss of a structure through
. The lost structures
are said to be caducous. Mani****tion of dehiscence...