etiolation definition

  • noun:
    • development process of plants cultivated when you look at the absence of light, described as long, weak stems, less leaves and chlorosis
    • The procedure of blanching flowers, by excluding the light associated with sun; the health of a blanched plant.
    • Paleness made by absence of light, or by infection.
    • The procedure of blanching flowers, by excluding the light for the sun; the health of a blanched plant.
    • Paleness created by lack of light, or by illness.
    • The becoming white through loss in natural coloring matter as a result of the exclusion of light or of illness.
    • In horticulture, the rendering of plants white, crisp, and tender by excluding the action of light from their website, as celery for the table. Compare albinism.
    • (botany) the work of causing a plant to build up without chlorophyll by growing it without exposure to sunshine
    • a pale and sickly look
    • the act of weakening by stunting the growth or growth of one thing

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