coalescence of pigment has taken place in the formation of the wax tips.
The cornea is formed by the coalescence of two structures, viz.
In all cases of reciprocal dualism, there is manifestly a tendency to mutual absorption, coalescence and unity.
The frontiers are melting; coalescence, unity, harmony are being achieved.
The coalescence of segments, though frequent, does not after a little experience materially confuse the counting.
coalescence is not rare in leaves, as in the upper pairs of Honeysuckles, Fig. 163.
By coalescence is understood, growing together, not mingling as water and milk might when mixed.
Sometimes this coalescence is instantaneous and not made known to consciousness.
And the coalescence may even be prepared by sub-conscious operations of waking imagination.
Contact of pollen grains and naked ovules is followed by their coalescence—the "setting of seeds."
coalescence co·a·les·cence (kō'ə-lěs'əns)