Origin of turgor
Examples from the Web for turgor
In my first experiment on the subject of detection of induced change of turgor I employed the stimulus of light.
We shall now investigate the change induced in a growing organ in the rate of growth by variation of turgor.
The positive response afforded a conclusive proof of the induction of an increase of turgor at the distal point.
Enhancement of turgor, on the other hand, induces in both the opposite effect of expansion.
Withholding of water for a day caused a general loss of turgor of the plant.
British Dictionary definitions for turgor
Word Origin for turgor
Word Origin and History for turgor
1876, from Late Latin turgor, from turgere "to swell" (see turgid).