You can see the seed coats swelling and shrivelling a little.
Once fallen to the ground, the drupes soften and become a dark red over two to three weeks before shrivelling and blackening.
"' Shrivelling "'is a natural phenomenon where an object, with an attached sub-elastic covering, has its interior volume reduced in some way.
They require a decided rest period during winter during which they receive no feed, very little water ( enough to prevent pseudobulbs shrivelling ), cool to cold temperatures and high light.
It requires a decided rest period during winter during which it receives no feed, very little water ( enough to prevent pseudobulbs shrivelling ), cool to cold temperatures and high light.
Triticale being a synthesized grain notwithstanding, many initial limitations, such as an inability to reproduce due to infertility and seed shrivelling, low yield and poor nutritional value, have been largely eliminated.
The tomato russet mite, " Aculops lycopersici ", feeds on foliage and young fruit of tomato plants, causing shrivelling and necrosis of leaves, flowers, and fruit, possibly killing the plant.
The early ( pre 1978 ) vinyl is prone to breakdown as with the G I Joe version; the deterioration of 73 77 flex hands includes hardening of the outer layers, cracks, discolouration, and sometimes shrivelling.
The general method for making yeast extract for food products such as Vegemite and Marmite on a commercial scale is to add salt to a suspension of yeast, making the solution hypertonic, which leads to the cells'shrivelling up.
I wasn't shivering in my pants ( or shrivelling ) as much, and everything went well .-Hisham Harun, journalist I WAS touring Austria in 1994, the first time I went on a tour on my own, after graduation.