turgescence


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But he immediately adds that what takes place in each of Twombly's works is an attack on seriousness, on decorum, one that "takes on the appearance of an incongruity, a mockery, a deflation, as if the humanist turgescence was suddenly pricked.
Potassium is essential for many physiological processes, such as photosynthesis, translocation of assimilates into sink organs, protein synthesis, osmoregulation during cell expansion, stomatal movements, maintenance of turgescence, activation of enzymes and reducing excess uptake of ions such as Na and Fe in saline and flooded soils [19,20].