Similar words: fission, mission, emission, omission, permission, commission, remission, admission. Meaning: [æb'sɪʒn] n. 1. shedding of flowers and leaves and fruit following formation of scar tissue in a plant 2. the act of cutting something off.
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1) It is antagonistic abscisic acid in abscission.
2) Epithelial cells necrosis and abscission in the lamellae, there are bacterials. 1 - capillary vessel, 2 , 3 - bacterials.
3) The activities of PG(Polygalacturonase), PE(Pectin methylesterase), Cellulase in abscission zone and fruit related to fruit drop after ethrel and TIBA treatment were studied.
4) When abscission occurred, total sugar and soluble protein were decreased, but reducing sugar was increased.
5) Abscission of the tightly rolled , needlelike tips of the injured leaves quite often occurred.
6) The roof abscission layer is the biggest security hidden danger in bolting support tunnel.
7) The way regulating legume abscission might be that the HSP70 regulate the transformation of endohormone, and the endohormone regulate AC,[http://sentencedict.com/abscission.html] which controlling the legume abscission.
8) Objective : To introduce a way of epicanthus correction by inferior edge abscission.
9) From the macrograph of the W-coating after heat treatment can see abscission of W-coating , and which deposited 5 hours is very serious.
10) In this paper, single-factor randomized block design to study the varieties of vegetable soybean genetic differences between reproductive stages of flower and pod abscission rates .
11) The concept, characteristics and application of high energy beam machining, electrical discharge machining, electrochemical machining and material abscission machining separately discuss.
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