abscisic acid /abˈsɪsɪk/

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[Biochemistry] a plant hormone which promotes leaf detachment, induces seed and bud dormancy, and inhibits germination.
– origin 1960s: abscisic from abscisin (the earlier name for the hormone), from abscission.

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