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de·hisce

 (dĭ-hĭs′)
intr.v. de·hisced, de·hisc·ing, de·hisc·es
1. Botany To open at definite places, discharging seeds, pollen, or other contents, as the ripe capsules or pods of some plants.
2. Medicine To rupture or break open, as a surgical wound.

[Latin dehīscere : dē-, de- + hīscere, to split, inchoative of hiāre, to be open.]

dehisce

(dɪˈhɪs)
vb
(Botany) (intr) (of fruits, anthers, etc) to burst open spontaneously, releasing seeds, pollen, etc
[C17: from Latin dēhiscere to split open, from de- + hiscere to yawn, gape]

de•hisce

(dɪˈhɪs)

v.i. -hisced, -hisc•ing.
to burst open, as capsules of plants; gape.
[1650–60; < Latin dēhiscere to gape, part =dē- de- + hiscere to gape, yawn]

dehisce


Past participle: dehisced
Gerund: dehiscing

Imperative
dehisce
dehisce
Present
I dehisce
you dehisce
he/she/it dehisces
we dehisce
you dehisce
they dehisce
Preterite
I dehisced
you dehisced
he/she/it dehisced
we dehisced
you dehisced
they dehisced
Present Continuous
I am dehiscing
you are dehiscing
he/she/it is dehiscing
we are dehiscing
you are dehiscing
they are dehiscing
Present Perfect
I have dehisced
you have dehisced
he/she/it has dehisced
we have dehisced
you have dehisced
they have dehisced
Past Continuous
I was dehiscing
you were dehiscing
he/she/it was dehiscing
we were dehiscing
you were dehiscing
they were dehiscing
Past Perfect
I had dehisced
you had dehisced
he/she/it had dehisced
we had dehisced
you had dehisced
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Future
I will dehisce
you will dehisce
he/she/it will dehisce
we will dehisce
you will dehisce
they will dehisce
Future Perfect
I will have dehisced
you will have dehisced
he/she/it will have dehisced
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you will have dehisced
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Future Continuous
I will be dehiscing
you will be dehiscing
he/she/it will be dehiscing
we will be dehiscing
you will be dehiscing
they will be dehiscing
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been dehiscing
you have been dehiscing
he/she/it has been dehiscing
we have been dehiscing
you have been dehiscing
they have been dehiscing
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been dehiscing
you will have been dehiscing
he/she/it will have been dehiscing
we will have been dehiscing
you will have been dehiscing
they will have been dehiscing
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been dehiscing
you had been dehiscing
he/she/it had been dehiscing
we had been dehiscing
you had been dehiscing
they had been dehiscing
Conditional
I would dehisce
you would dehisce
he/she/it would dehisce
we would dehisce
you would dehisce
they would dehisce
Past Conditional
I would have dehisced
you would have dehisced
he/she/it would have dehisced
we would have dehisced
you would have dehisced
they would have dehisced
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.dehisce - burst or split open; "flowers dehisce when they release pollen"
push through, break through, erupt, come out - break out; "The tooth erupted and had to be extracted"
References in periodicals archive ?
To record the percentage of pollen dispersal through time since anther dehiscence, pollen contents in dehisced anthers were counted at regular intervals of one hour each through the entire phase of pollen dispersal.
On the first day of anthesis, the flowers were functionally male; the fused anthers extended upward and were dehisced with the style retracted within the staminal tube and the stigmadc lobes appressed.
Wounds for Possible Treatment with NPWT * Acute, subacute, and chronic wounds * Dehisced wounds * Diabetic ulcerations * Pressure ulcers (Stage III and IV) * Skin grafts * Skin flaps * Partial-thickness burns * Deep infected wounds * Open fractures Sources: Gupta & Ichioka, 2012; Huang et al.
paragraph]) Signs and symptoms reported at a frequency <19% include skin stretching, fluctuance, bleeding from breast (site of surgical procedure), ulcerations, back pain, itching, body aches, and blisters and painful and red nodules that gradually enlarged and dehisced.
All stages of development in Rhaphidorrhynchium amoenum occurred in spring although dehisced archegonia were also noted in summer and winter.
Samples in the form of swabs were collected aseptically from the wounds at the time of the first dressing, anytime up to 30 days from the wounds giving serous, purulent discharge, showing signs of inflammation, or from wounds that dehisced spontaneously.
However, it was found that the implant had slipped interiorly from its original position, and it was now visible through the dehisced wound.
The seeds were dehisced and ground using a laboratory food grinder (Guangzhou Xulang Machinery China) before used.
The wound was considered to be dehisced if there was gaping along the entire incision
dehisced sternal and caesarean section wounds or infected vascular grafts in the groin).