noun, plural an·the·ses [an-thee-seez] /ænˈθi siz/. Botany.
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These glands secrete a viscid juice at the time of anthesis.
Anthesis, anthropocosmic—— Say, I'm glad you didn't call me that!Left Guard Gilbert|Ralph Henry Barbour
Anthesis, the period or the act of the expansion of a flower.The Elements of Botany|Asa Gray
Relation of temperature to anthesis and blossom drop of the tomato together with a histological study of the pistils.The Tomato|Paul Work
These swellings help to spread out the branches especially at the time of anthesis.