abscise


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abscise

(ăb-sīz′)
v. ab·scised, ab·scising, ab·scises
v.tr.
To cut off; remove.
v.intr.
To shed by abscission.

abscise

to cut off or remove.
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Loss of kernel set due to water deficit and shade in maize: carbohydrate supplies, abscise acid, and cytokinins.
The term is broadly defined here; essays look usefully at perishable materials, conceptual art that may be purchased as specific materials but not defined in any way by them, time-based work that raises questions of how much of the work is permanent installation vs temporary performance, technology-dependent work where required components eventually will abscise and no longer be replaceable, site-specific work which has been destroyed and questions arise as to how an attempt to remake it, and so on.
While the fibre is wound along a sine wave around the mandrel, the abscise x of the filed point varies in an incremental step of [DELTA]x defined by geodesic Eq.
By using the Lambert II projection the latitude and longitude coordinates can be translated into abscise and ordinate that will further help for the distances calculus.