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turgidadjective bombastic, circumlocutory, diffuse, digressive, euphuistic, flowery, fustian, high-flown, inflated, long-winded, magniloquent, orotund, periphrastic, pleonastic, plethoric, pompous, prolix, puffed up, redundant, rhetorical, sesquipedalian, stilted, swelled, swollen, tumid, turgent, wordy
See also: flatulent, fustian, grandiose, inflated, orotund, pretentious, proud
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Cell expansion usually begins with changes in cell turgor pressure
Reduction of osmotic potential is considered as a driving force in inducing water movement from the soil into the plant to maintain turgor pressure
(Blum et al.
is what makes salad crisp, or celery and asparagus "snap" when broken, and the lack of turgor pressure
in leaf cells results in wilting.