a pale and sickly appearance;
"his etiolation signaled years in prison"
the act of weakening by stunting the growth or development of something;
"the etiolation of the critical tradition"
(botany) the act of causing a plant to develop without chlorophyll by growing it without exposure to sunlight;
"the etiolation of celery"
- Inhibition of chlorophyll synthesis may be caused by etiolation, mutant blocks, or streptomycin.
- Etiolation The type of growth exhibited by plants grown in darkness, usually from seed.
- HE H.The primary study of leaf etiolation of Camellia reticulate[J].Journal of Yunnan University,2001,23 (1):57-59.
- Propagation: Desired clonal rootstocks can be be propagated by a method known as the etiolation technique.
- And furthermore, etiolation stem segments of one-month-old seelding of sweet orange（Citrus sinensis L.
- The protein spot (24.5 kD, pI6.30) which had close relationship with etiolation stage should be the specific spot of etiolation stage of leaf.