[ UK /klˌɔːɹə‍ʊsˈiz/ ]
  1. iron deficiency anemia in young women; characterized by weakness and menstrual disturbances and a green color to the skin
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How To Use chlorosis In A Sentence

  • Iron deficiency is characterized by an interveinal chlorosis of young leaves while the veins remain green.
  • The boron deficiency plant appears inter- venial chlorosis, thickening, crisping leaves and increased leaf weight ratio (LWR).
  • Chlorosis was only due to Fe deficiency, since the application of Fe salts or Fe chelates to the chlorotic leaves produced complete leaf regreening.
  • Methods that involve detaching parts of the plant are destructive and survival studies rely on qualitative observation of physical symptoms of water deficit stress such as turgor loss, chlorosis, and other qualities that can vary greatly between specimens and are also sensitive to experimental conditions. HappyNews - Top Stories
  • To these belong Bright's disease, which very often turns into pulmonary consumption, greensickness or chlorosis, anaemia, continued febrile diseases, severe chronic suppuration, chronic catarrh of the stomach, frequent pregnancies, childbed diseases. Prof. Koch's Method to Cure Tuberculosis Popularly Treated
  • Like their plant-sucking cousins, whiteflies pierce leaf tissues causing noticeable wilting, chlorosis, loss of leaves and/or stunted growth.
  • Iron deficiency is characterized by an interveinal chlorosis of young leaves while the veins remain green.
  • _ When the defect of the due action of both the absorbent and secerning vessels of the liver affects women, and is attended with obstruction of the catamenia, it is called chlorosis; and is cured by the exhibition of steel, which restores by its specific stimulus the absorbent power of the liver; and the menstruation, which was obstructed in consequence of debility, recurs. Zoonomia, Vol. II Or, the Laws of Organic Life
  • Although it is rare, too much zinc can cause symptoms similar to iron or magnesium chlorosis.
  • Then right on its heels came mottled chlorosis—the poinsettia leaves were shaped fine, they just looked as if they had contracted measles. BAD GIRL CREEK
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