turgent

Related to turgent: Havior

turgent

(ˈtɜːdʒənt)
adj
an obsolete word for turgid
[C15: from Latin turgēre to swell]
ˈturgently adv
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Only oocytes in primary The ovaries are small (IGS= 0.5 growth stages are present: nuclear [+ or -] 022), turgent, and light chromatin (23.73 [+ or -] 3.5 orange or pinkish (RGB: 173, 63, [micro]m in diameter) and 28).
Measured variables were harvest index (HI), stress susceptibility index (SSI), osmotic potential, leaf water potential and turgent pressure.
Adult females (older than 6 months old) carrying pouch young or presenting turgent nipples were captured in all habitats during spring, summer (n = 6, Fig.