Turion

• (n.) Same as Turio.
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turion

<botany> A young, scaly shoot budded off from underground stems. ... A detachable winter bud used for overwintering in many aquatic plants. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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Turion

[botany] A turion (from Latin turio meaning `shoot`) is a specialised overwintering bud produced by aquatic plants, especially in the genera Potamogeton, Myriophyllum, Aldrovanda and Utricularia. These plants produce turions in response to unfavourable conditions such as decreasing day-length or reducing temperature. They are derived from m...
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Turion

A specialized shoot or bud that overwinters to resume vegetative growth the following growing season, sometimes becoming detached from the parent plant to start a new plant. Return to Top U
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