Tylosis

A balloon-like overgrowth of the protoplast of a parenchyma cell into an adjacent xylem vessel.

tylosis

A balloon-like outgrowth from a xylem parenchyma cell that expands into and blocks the lumen of a xylem vessel or a tracheid. (Pl. tyloses.)
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Tylosis

Tylosis: A callus or thickening. See: Tylosis with esophageal cancer.
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tylosis

(ti-lo´sis) callus formation. adj., tylot´ic., adj.
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Tylosis

• (n.) An intrusion of one vegetable cell into the cavity of another, sometimes forming there an irregular mass of cells.
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Tylosis

An overgrowth of the protoplast of a parenchyma cell into an adjacent xylem vessel or tracheid
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Tylosis

[botany] Tylosis (plural: Tyloses) is the physiological process and the resulting occlusion in the xylem of woody plants as response to injury or as protection from decay in heartwood. It is an essential process in the Compartmentalization Of Decay In Trees (CODIT) and other woody plants, forming walls one and two of CODIT. ==Process== As a...
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tylosis

Type: Term Pronunciation: tī-lō′sis, -sēz Definitions: 1. Formation of a callus (tyloma).
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Tylosis

[beetle] Tylosis is a genus of beetles in the family Cerambycidae, containing the following species: ...
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