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Definition of the noun enation
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noun - plural: enations
- line of descent traced through the maternal side of the family
- a natural projection or outgrowth from a plant body or organ
- lexical domain: Plants - nouns denoting plants
- synonym of enation: plant process
- more generic words: appendage / outgrowth / process = a natural prolongation or projection from a part of an organism either animal or plant
- more specific terms:
- podetium = an organ or body resembling a stalk
- peristome = fringe of toothlike appendages surrounding the mouth of a moss capsule
- haustorium = a root-like attachment in parasitic plants that penetrates and obtains food from the host
- apophysis = a natural swelling or enlargement: at the base of the stalk or seta in certain mosses or on the cone scale of certain conifers
- callus = an isolated thickening of tissue, especially a stiff protuberance on the lip of an orchid
- blister = a swelling on a plant similar to that on the skin
- tubercle / nodule = small rounded wartlike protuberance on a plant
- spur = tubular extension at the base of the corolla in some flowers
- aculeus = a stiff sharp-pointed plant process
- acumen = a tapering point
- tomentum / fuzz / hair = filamentous hairlike growth on a plant
- leaf node / node = the small swelling that is the part of a plant stem from which one or more leaves emerge
- burl = a large rounded outgrowth on the trunk or branch of a tree
Alternative definition of the noun enation
- [botany] A small outgrowth on the surface of a plant organ.
- synonym: gall
- [botany, uncountable] The generation of such an outgrowth.
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Enation: Enations are scaly leaflike structures, differing from leaves in their lack of vascular tissue. They are created by some leaf diseases. Also found on some early plants such as Rhynia, where they are hypothesized to aid in photosynthesis.
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Botany. Second Series by Linnean Society of London
Enation is a secondary process, and is, as its name implies, an outgrowth from an organ already advanced some stages in development. Such outgrowths are of frequent occurrence in Primroses ; and they have especial signiflcance with ...
Botany. Second ser by Linnean Society of London
Enation is a secondary process, and is, as its name implies, an outgrowth from an organ already advanced some stages in development. Such outgrowths are of frequent occurrence in Primroses; and they have especial significance with ...
Handbook for Detection and Diagnosis by Chester N. Roistacher, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Vein enation is a cool temperature pathogen, and it is readily eliminated from citrus tissue when grown in a warm room or treated by thermotherapy (Calavan, Roistacher and Nauer, 1972; Roistacher and Calavan, 1974). Shoot-tip grafting is ...
by Minnesota. State Entomologist
V enation is a character of primary importance in the family, but when taken unsupported by other characters has no more value than those of the antennae, cornicles, cauda, etc. KEY TO THE TRIBES OF THE CHAITOPHORINA 1. C- ornicles ...
Encyclopedia of toxicology (2005)
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Pea enation mosaic virus: properties and aphid transmission. In: Harrison BD and Murant AF (eds) The Viruses: Plant Viruses. Viruses with Bipartite ...
by Michael Allaby
enation. 1. The outgrowth from a leaf in a plant infected with a certain type of virus. 2. A leaflike structure, lacking a *leaf gap, which grows out ...
A Library of Universal Knowledge and an Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language ...
into a concat~ enation of pools. The rainy season, on the other hand, swells these pools into terrific floods, inundating the country, and often destroying property. The caprices of Australian drought and flood are well illustrated by ...
by Joelle Steele
EMARGINATE ENATION Outgrowth from a leaf which may occur in response to a viral infection. ENTIRE Describes a leaf, sepal, or petal margin with a smooth and undivided outline. ENTIRE EPIDERMIS The outer cells of the plant body, ...
Enation : An outgrowth from the surface of a leaf or other plant part. Encapsidation : The process by which the nucleic acid of a virus is enclosed in a capsid. Encapsulated : Enclosed; confined to a specific area; the tumor remains in a compact ...
by Sir Thomas Edward Thorpe
Halogenated pyranthrenes give redder shades, and a number of these are known and obtained by direct halo enation, or, more usually, from halogenated dimethyldianthraquinonyls. It should be noted that Auranthrone, a vat-dyestufl obtained ...
6000 Scientific Terms Explored and Explained by Michael Allaby
enation 1. A leaf-like structure that grows laterally from a stem. 2.
A Family Encyclopaedia (1831)
Or, An Explanation of Words and Things Connected with All the Arts and Sciences ... by George Crabb
enation, or noulation with the cow so in milder, and in ...
by Michael Allaby
microphyll See ENATION THEORY. micropiracy A type of ...
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