Eversion-type dehiscence

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eversion-type dehiscence (noun,ascus term, pl. eversion-type dehiscences) – a kind of ascus dehiscence by which the endoascus is turned back and outwards (eversed), i. e., a type of ascus dehiscence with indistinct extrusion of the endoascus. Related terms: eversible apical ring. Kind of:ascus dehiscence type.

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