In these the dehiscence extends all round, or is circumscissile.
But some fruits are indehiscent, falling to dehiscence of fruits.
The dehiscence takes place elsewhere, at some point on the sides.
Septicidal, where dehiscence is through the partitions, 123.
The splitting open of an anther for the discharge of its pollen is termed its dehiscence.
Septifragal, where the valves in dehiscence break away from the partitions, 123.
dehiscence, the regular splitting open of capsule or anther, 103, 119.
The dehiscence is very remarkable, characteristic, beautiful.
In dehiscence, the base of the peridium in cup-form, sometimes persists.
Apparently the high humidity hinders the dehiscence of anthers and shedding of the pollen grains.
dehiscence de·his·cence (dĭ-hĭs'əns)
A bursting open or splitting along natural or sutured lines.
The spontaneous opening at maturity of a plant structure, such as a fruit, anther, or sporangium, to release its contents. Compare indehiscence.