Callose



having thickened or hardened spots, as a leaf.
callus (def 2).
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The Elements of Botany Asa Gray

noun
a carbohydrate, a polymer of glucose, found in plants, esp in the sieve tubes

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    made hard; hardened. insensitive; indifferent; unsympathetic: They have a callous attitude toward the sufferings of others. having a callus; indurated, as parts of the skin exposed to friction. to make or become hard or callous. Historical Examples The Lookout Man B. M. Bower The Spenders Harry Leon Wilson Martin Eden Jack London The Story of […]



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