Septicidal

Sep'ti┬Ěci`dal adjective [ Septum + Latin caedere to cut: confer French septicide .] (Botany) Dividing the partitions; -- said of a method of dehiscence in which a pod splits through the partitions and is divided into its component carpels.
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septicidal

<plant biology> Of the dehiscence of a fruit, along lines coinciding with the partitions between loculi. ... Compare: loculicidal. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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Septicidal

• (a.) Dividing the partitions; -- said of a method of dehiscence in which a pod splits through the partitions and is divided into its component carpels.
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Septicidal

said of a capsule, longitudinally dehiscent through the ovary wall at or near the center of each septa, preserving each locule as an intact entity (compare loculicidal, poricidal)
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Septicidal

Describing a capsule which splits open along longitudinal sutures that correspond with where septae attach to the ovary wall.
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septicidal

of a fruit, when it dehisces along the partitions between loculi; cf loculicidal.
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septicidal

When a fruit capsule dehisces along lines coinciding with the partitions between loculi (the enclosed compartments within the ovary). Compare loculicidal.
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Septicidal

Dehiscence along or in the partitions, not directly into the locule.
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Septicidal

said of a capsule, longitudinally dehiscent through the ovary wall at or near the center of each septa, preserving each locule as an intact entity (compare loculicidal, poricidal)
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