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Exudate (in plants)

Definition:

Any substance that oozes out from the pores of diseased or injured plant tissue.

Resins, gums, oils and lacquers are examples of exudates widely extracted for industrial uses.

Source: GreenFacts

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Gummy exudate along the branch of an apricot-tree Gummy exudate along the branch of an apricot-tree

Source: INRA Shoot die-back 

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Translation(s):

Español: Exudado (en plantas)
Français: Exsudat (de plantes)

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