lignify


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convert into wood or cause to become woody

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Sheikh Mohammed's organisation has recruited Argentinian mare Lignify and will aim her at the Dubai World Cup in March.
While almost every tissue in grasses will lignify to some extent (Engels and Schuurmans, 1992), lignification of alfalfa stems occurs in a limited number of tissues (Wilson, 1993; Vallet et al.
Worldly Manner's eclipse completed a miserable day for Godolphin in the US, with their Churchill Downs runners Lignify and Mitchigan also beating just one rival home in their respective races.
In more serious cases--especially for Gewuztraminer--cane development remains limited throughout the growing season to the extent that no cane is able to lignify.
Supportive tissues lignify to a greater extent than mesophyll parenchymous tissues.
By veraison, shoots are beginning to lignify (become woody).
The former David Loder-trained colt Sicnee was due to run last night at Churchill Downs, while South American import Lignify and Mitchigan, another ex-Loder colt, are also set to run at that track today.
I also heard that stems might not lignify fully anywhere: "I don't think I've ever seen a stem that's completely lignified in Oregon, California or Burgundy," says Steve Doerner of Oregon's Cristom.