Definition of klendusity
: the tendency of a plant or variety to escape infection as a result of having some property (as a thick cuticle or hairy surface) that prevents or hinders inoculation : disease-escaping ability
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Origin and Etymology of klendusity
irregular from Greek kleidoun to lock up (from kleid-, kleis key) + endysis entry, act of putting on + English -ity
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