Lysigenous Cavities

Lysigenous Cavities

 

cavities in the bodies of plants that form as a result of the breaking down of certain cells. Examples of lysigenous cavities are the glands containing essential oil that form in the skin of citrus fruits.

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Occurrence of terpenoid aldehydes and lysigenous cavities in the "glandless" seeds of Australian Gossypium species.