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senesce

(sə-nĕs′)
intr.v. se·nesced, se·nescing, se·nesces
1. To grow old; age.
2. To stop dividing, as certain cells.
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Conspicuous internal cycling of nutrients was manifested by strong retranslocation from senescing leaves as is evident from the higher retranslocation: gross uptake ratio in present forest (Table 13).
Numbers of senescing leaves were observed after anthesis with six days intervals until maturity.
Thompson, "Membrane deterioration in senescing carnation flowers: coordinated effects of phospholipid degradation and the action of membranous lipoxygenase," Plant Physiology, vol.
This strategy would allow the use of senescing biomass that usually remains as agricultural waste in the fields.
With this in mind, is there evidence that the Global Economy is senescing? As suggested above, economic decline (decreasing specific rate of energy flow) is one sign.
We tried increasing or decreasing cell concentration for those cultures that stopped proliferating, but this did not prevent them from senescing. The chicken iPSC-like cells in our modified 2i+ media (2i+ mod.) and our own mouse iPSC in KO-DMEM media have both made it past 20 passages (not shown).
In the vast majority of cases, flowers were senescing before pitchers had begun to capture.
Ethylene production and responses to exogenous ethylene in senescing petals of Chrysanthemum morifoliumRAM cv Unsei.
Plants in areas of rapid warming often respond by flowering and senescing earlier, although responses vary substantially by location and growth form (Oberbauer et al., 2013).
During ripening and senescing of loquat, leakage of ions increases from the tissues of the skin (Zheng et al., 2000) which may be caused by the attack of reactive oxygen species such as H2O2, O2- and OH- (Tian et al., 2007).
In this respect, plants and animals differ drastically, and it has to do with how they are organized-plants are able to continually develop new organs and tissues, whereas animals have a fixed body plan and are not able to regenerate senescing organs.
Opening of flowers is the first step of aging in senescing entities.