inrolling

inrolling

[′in‚rōl·iŋ]
(botany)
Inward rolling of the corolla of a flower, a physical process associated with senescence.
References in classic literature ?
They were forced, swept on by this inrolling tide of wealth which their monopoly magnet irresistibly attracted.
In some species, the degree of inrolling of the glume margins (as well as the width of the glume wings) determines whether the fruit is clasped by the subtending glume and therefore falls with it (Cyperus carinatus R.
AMany dogs have a problem with inrolling eyelids or entropion, making the lashes grow inwards and irritating the eyes.
A Treatise, Shewing How Useful, Safe, Reasonable and Beneficial, the Inrolling & Registering of all Conveyances of Lands may be to the Inhabitants of this Kingdom.