Origin of frondescence
OTHER WORDS FROM frondescencefron·des·cent, adjective
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How to use frondescence in a sentence
Generally speaking, the disunion is complicated with frondescence—but not always so.
Among Umbelliferæ affected with frondescence of the pistil a similar increase in the number of ovules takes place.
Many of these cases, and others that might be cited, are probably instances of frondescence or phyllody (see p. 241).
Engelmann makes use of the word frondescence in the same cases.