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dehiscent

[di′his·ənt]
(botany)
Becoming open at maturity to release seeds, as certain fruits.
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Ascospores brown, unicellular, ellipsoid-inequilateral, with broadly rounded ends, (6.3)6.6-7.8(8) x (2.8)3.1-3.5(3.7) [mu]m (N= 40; Me=7.1x 3.3 [mu]m); with straight germ slit spore-length on the convex side; perispore dehiscent in 10% KOH, smooth with a thickening on the convex side; epispore smooth.
(B) Postoperative coronal CT with dehiscent middle cranial fossa (MCF) floor and zygoma (Z).
Caption: FIGURE 3: Huge cavity was formed by the disease with facial nerve dehiscent at horizontal, 2nd genu, and vertical portion with intact sheath.
Symptomatic fibroids 35 (71.4%) Adenomyosis 8 (16.3%) Prolapse (combined with cervicosacropexy) 4 (8.2%) Bleeding disorders (dehiscent cesarean scar) 2 (4.1%) Table 2: Patient and specimen characteristics.
Observe the plant and note if the species has berries or dry fruits, dehiscent or indehiscent seeds, and note if seeds are in seed heads or seed clusters as collection methods vary for each category (Table 2).
(2) There was a statistically significant difference in the incidence of dehiscent sigmoid plate (P = 0.000), lateral sinus stenosis (P = 0.014), high jugular bulb (P = 0.000), sigmoid sinus diverticulum (P = 0.000), jugular bulb diverticulum (P = 0.000), dehiscent jugular bulb (P = 0.000), and a large emissary vein (P = 0.006) between the symptomatic and asymptomatic sides.
At the end of season, plants were harvested and their lint + seeds from dehiscent capsule (cotton) were collected and weighed.
This cactus has dehiscent, green, apical fruits with small seeds corresponding to bat dispersal syndrome (sensu van der Pijl, 1982).
In addition to pistil growth, torsion of the stamens was observed, positioning the dehiscent side of the anthers toward the flower's exterior, as reported in other studies on rapeseed (Mussury and Fernandes, 2000; Rosa et al., 2010).
(1,2,5) The bony covering of the optic canal within the sphenoid sinus may be congenitally dehiscent or secondary to an erosive inflammatory process.
In addition, there were one each of the following; pneumatized supreme turbinate, pneumatized crystagalli, dehiscent roof of frontal sinus, rudimentary right maxillary sinus, absent inter sphenoid septum, pneumatized septum and rudimentary frontal sinus.
Surgical trauma to a dehiscent facial canal in the tympanic cavity may also lead to edema [1] and consequential paralysis of the facial nerve.