Garden Dictionary Word: dehiscence (adj. dehiscent)
dehiscence (adj. dehiscent)
1. Breaking open at maturity to discharge seeds or spores. 2. Opening regularly to let seeds or spores escape by valves, slits, etc., as a capsule or anther. See also: indehiscent.
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