lysigenous


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lysigenous

[′lī′sij·ə·nəs]
(biology)
Of or pertaining to the space formed following lysis of cells.
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The concept of lysigenous gland development originated before a modern understanding of cell structure, and it seems apparent that interpretations of observations were strongly influenced by theoretical viewpoints that we no longer accept as valid.
In 1875 Chatin supported Martinet's conclusions with descriptions of lysigenous development for glands of Citrus L.
Additional Challenges to the Lysigenous Gland Hypothesis
The water-mounted leaf and fruit glands of Citrus show extensive swelling of their epithelial cells and resemble the drawings of lysigenous Citrus secretory cavities from Martinet, 1872 [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 12 OMITTED].
Haberlandt claimed that Ruta glands developed through a combination of schizogenous initiation followed by lysigenous expansion of the central cavity.
According to Kisser (1958), Tunmann and Rosenthaler believed that Tschirch had assumed schizolysigeny in many cases that were purely lysigenous, in order to apply the resinogen hypothesis.
Heinrich and his colleagues and by Amelunxen and Arbeiter (1967) described lysigenous development.
In a 1969 paper, he described schizogenous development for Ruta secretory cavities and lysigenous development for Citrus and Poncirus.
More recently, Bosabalidis and Tsekos (1982a, 1982b) reported purely lysigenous development in secretory cavities of Citrus deliciosa Ten.
Occurrence of terpenoid aldehydes and lysigenous cavities in the `glandless' seeds of Australian Gossypium species.