entire leaf

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Noun1.entire leaf - a leaf having a smooth margin without notches or indentationsentire leaf - a leaf having a smooth margin without notches or indentations
foliage, leaf, leafage - the main organ of photosynthesis and transpiration in higher plants
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Thus the optimization process of the algorithm is designed to get an entire leaf edge.
The thickness of the leaves was determined in two ways: four points on each side of the midrib, totaling eight points on the entire leaf area (Figure 1A) and fifteen points on the entire leaf area; eight outside the ribs and seven on the ribs (Figure 1B).
Symptoms included dark brown spots on leaf margins or entire leaf surface (Figure 1B).
If rain continued for a few consecutive days under warm conditions, the lesions developed with light brown to olive-green borders, expanded rapidly to cover the entire leaf, and caused extensive blighting and leaf rot (Fig.
It is purported to have greater health benefits than regular green tea because instead of steeping the leaves and discarding them, the entire leaf is ground up and dissolved into water.
In roses, heavier damage than in almond was observed, sometimes on the entire leaf (Fig.
Place a piece of paper on top of the bark or leaf, and rub with the side of a crayon over the entire leaf or section of bark until the bumpy lines of its surface appear on your rubbing.
Offering the entire Leaf product line to our network of independent dealers will introduce the benefits of distributed video content to many more homeowners around the world, and by combining our engineering talent, we can accelerate the development of new entertainment experiences for our customers.
Hinojosa L, Perez F, Gaxiola A and Sandoval I (2011) Historical and phylogenetic constraints on the incidence of entire leaf margins: insights from a new South American model.
Evaluating the interference of common cocklebur (Xanthium strumarium) and entire leaf of morning glory (Ipomoea hederacea) on soybean indicated that the crop LAI within a given canopy stratum was smaller in multi-species plots than those of soybeans grown alone or with single weed species and soybean plants also developed a large proportion of their leaf area in the upper portion of the canopy [19].
If the initial infestation was at the base of a leaf, larvae feed on the leaf tissue disrupting the vascular flow causing death of the entire leaf.