1847, William Griffith, Posthumous Papers Bequeathed to the Hon. East India Company, and Printed by Order of the Government of Bengal: Notulae Ad Plantas Asiaticas. I, page 195:
After expansion, and when the perianth has marcesced, the foramen is more arilloid, and much less open; even now the apex of the second coat projects slightly. No change worth mentioning has occurred in the nucleus.
2002, Michael P. Cuddy, Ruvin Gekker, Institutional Change in Transition Economies (Ashgate Pub Limited):
These were largely opportunities for asset stripping and rent extraction through arbitrage against the irrational price system and the exploitation of special favors/licenses and subsidies from the marcescing state.