Fasciation definition

făsē-āshən, făshē-
(botany) An abnormal flattening or coalescence of plant parts, such as stems.
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The act of binding up or fastening, as with bandages.
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The manner in which something is bound up or fastened.
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The condition of being fasciate.
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A binding up.
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(bot.) An abnormal broadening, flattening, and clumping of plant stems, as in broccoli.
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The binding-up of a limb etc. with bandages.
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The process or state of being fasciated.
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Other Word Forms

Noun

Singular:
fasciation
Plural:
fasciations

Origin of fasciation

  • From French fasciation.

    From Wiktionary