[ UK /sˈɪʃən/ ]
- the act of dividing by cutting or splitting
How To Use scission In A Sentence
- But in this time of emptiness to endure loneliness, youth scattered in this barren hills of the Congo, and return later with the national chain scission, keep up the trend of the times.
- ‘As has been seen, that has been the decision where rescission is ordered of a sale by a trustee to himself’.
- Labor disputes mostly embody the rescission of employer-employee relationship. How to dissolve the labor relation is the problem that the labor and the capital both have to face.
- So this was not a threat to revoke, this was a notice of rescission or revocation.
- In the absence of water deficit, leaf water potential changes very little, or not at all, during senescence in species where the life span of leaves is terminated by abscission, as in soybeans and other dicots.
- Her solution was that the female touch can pour oil on troubled waters and help unblock choked lines of discission. DIANA
- The presence and balance of plant hormones have been shown to affect abscission of leaves, flowers, and immature and mature fruit.
- The plaintiff sued to recover the final payment and the owners counterclaimed for ‘rescission’ and for the return of money paid.
- Less coherent expression was detected in the endodermis of the root elongation zone, in the stem of the young inflorescence, pollen tubes, base of axillary buds, ovules, chalazal endosperm, and fruit abscission zone.
- By contrast, drought hastens ripening and seed maturation for tomato and reduces fruit abscission for lychee trees.