dehisce


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burst or split open

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At the end of the fruit-development-stage (~ 45-50 days) over 95% of the fruits start to dehisce and crack (Fig.
halys in his region of study (Akita Prefecture, Japan) cannot develop into adults or lay eggs by feeding on Japanese cedar cones because cones do not dehisce until Oct.
On the study heads that were preserved in alcohol, the piliform scales dehisce easily and only their alveoli remain in situ.
A third factor in the fruiting process, BMP, is the length of time from anthesis until the boll opens, defined as when the sutures dehisce, exposing the seed cotton and resulting in the drying of lint and seeds.
Nearly all galls dehisce by late August and overwinter in the leaf litter.
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Carpels develop as independent follicles from late spring to early autumn, and dehisce in September-October.
Maturation is reached by August, and the weevils disperse when pods dehisce or fragment.
However, they still can dehisce postoperatively to a life-threatening extent.
1B) dehisce explosively (Witztum & Schulgasser, 1995), while infested capsules do not dehisce at all.