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dehiscent

[di′his·ənt]
(botany)
Becoming open at maturity to release seeds, as certain fruits.
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In our hands, surgical repair of a high dehiscent jugular bulb in a properly selected symptomatic patient is a reasonable option.
These evaluated vascular anomalies and variants were diagnosed on the following previously described criteria [Figure 1]: (1) High jugular bulb, the jugular bulb extended above the inferior border of the round window; [sup][1] (2) dehiscent jugular bulb or dehiscent sigmoid plate, the incomplete thin bone around the jugular bulb or the sigmoid sinus; [sup][4],[10] (3) jugular bulb diverticulum, prominent protrusion or an irregular out-pouching of jugular bulb that was clearly distinguished from a smooth ellipsoidal form; [sup][22] (4) sigmoid sinus diverticulum, a diverticulum entered into the mastoid bone; [sup][9] (5) lateral sinus stenosis, the L/S ratio (L = the largest area of the vein; S = the smallest area of the vein) was >4.
Capsule utricle-like but loculicidal, partially dehiscent ventrally at apex and dorsally at apex, retaining seed; endocarp coriaceous, only near suture slightly sclerified.
It is the larger purpose of the dehiscent formal mechanisms of the late fiction to agree with the underlying logic of these awful pronouncements.
Clavien classification of complications in study groups Clavien Complications Number of Number of classification patients patients in Group in Group 1 2 Grade 1 Elevation of 8 2 body temperature Grade II Infection of the 1 - incision site Blood 5 4 transfusion Incisional - - hernia Urinary tract 4 1 infection Grade IIIa Urinary leakage 1 - requiring catheterization Grade IIIb Closure of 1 - dehiscent noninfected wound in the OR under local anesthesia Renal venous 3 1 bleeding Grade IVa Vena cava 1 - injury Grade IVb Colonic injury - - Total (%) 24 (27) 8(18) Table 4.
Their pods are not dehiscent, which facilitates harvesting and avoids threshing.
The dehiscent seed pods contain between 10 and 25 white, oval and laterally compressed seeds.
Fruits indehiscent, baccate Bromelioideae Fruits dehiscent, capsular 2 2.
Fruits deflexed (-ascending or divergent), dehiscent (-indehiscent), oblong, subterete or tetragonal (-laterally compressed) in cross section, ovoid in one species, coriaceous.
Concerning the Euphorbiaceae pericarp that is scarcely investigated (TOLEDO, 1963b; BERG, 1975; OLIVEIRA, 2007), the formation of sclerenchymatous tissue may be considered as one of the most important events in the ontogeny of dehiscent dry fruits.