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schizogenous

(skĭ-zŏj′ə-nəs, skĭt-sŏj′-)
adj.
1. Relating to or characterized by schizogenesis.
2. Relating to or characterized by schizogony.

schizogenous

(of secretory organs in plants) derived from the spaces created by the separation of cells.
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Although numerous lysigenous glands have been described in the last 140 years, most of these descriptions have been countered by other studies reporting schizogeny in same or related species (Tschirch & Stock, 1933; Cart & Carr, 1970; Thomson et al.
Since the glandular cells of other species could have similar sensitivity to fixative osmolarity, and since most reports of lysigeny in glands have been challenged by reports of schizogeny in the same or related species, we postulated that in general lysigeny may represent a false category of gland development.
He hypothesized that schizogeny in Ruta reflects the chemical differences between the methyl ketone-rich oil of Ruta and the oils of Citrus and Poncirus.