from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The exudation of water from leaves as a result of root pressure.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The exudation of drops of water from the leaves of some vascular plants as a result of root pressure.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of dropping or of flowing in drops.
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Thoughout the growing season, plants emit water, called guttation drops, each morning.
Faces No. 5 Seed LMU guttation from neonicotinoid treated maize kills bees
The research out of Europe shows 20 parts per billion of nicotinyl insecticides in these guttation droplets.
So these unsuspecting bees wake up thirsty each morning and, unknowingly in their search for hydration, quench their thirst on malicious and poisonous guttation droplets.
Rather, those applied science guys figured that a strong dose of nitrogen had altered Little Guy's chemistry such that his xylem, which flowed among the cells of his mental engine, leaked out in almost organic guttation.
i feel refreshed. f5. cold water.guttation. whoosh ---- sex and the city premiere tomorrow night!
Rather, those applied science guys figured that a strong dose of nitrogen had altered Little Guy’s chemistry such that his xylem, which flowed among the cells of his mental engine, leaked out in almost organic guttation.
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