leaf bud


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Noun1.leaf bud - a bud from which leaves (but not flowers) developleaf bud - a bud from which leaves (but not flowers) develop
vernation - (botany) the arrangement of young leaves in a leaf bud before it opens
bud - a swelling on a plant stem consisting of overlapping immature leaves or petals
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leaf bud

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An oak gall forms when a wasp lays eggs in a leaf bud and the wasp larva develop inside the gall.
It promises quality alongside the traditional process saying, The plucking of tea leaves is done manually, rather than using shears, to make certain that only the unopened leaf bud and two leaves are plucked.
Charmingly written by Janet Bierbower-Boucher and colorfully illustrated by Susan Andra Lion, "Hold On, Toby" is the story of a little maple leaf bud on a very big tree.
Trimming of plants be done upon germination when three to four leaf bud out and weaker or diseased plants be uprooted leaving only the healthier plants.
The bloodroot's solitary leaf bud emerging from the ground is distinctively shaped and serves as your first hint that the flower will soon make an appearance.
The leaf bud responds by forming a living chamber called a gall around her.
Always use sharp and clean secateurs, pruners or loppers to make a seamless horizontal cut across the stem just above a node (this is the ridge or bump upon the stem from which the leaf bud emerges).
Using secateurs, cut the head off right back to the next leaf bud.
The adult female," Tipping says, "lays her eggs in a cavity that she creates by chewing into the leaf bud.
Although interpreted differently by Karlsson, the extra decline of growth after defoliation suggests that translocation of unusually high carbon reserves in old leaves of this species could add substantial amounts of carbon to support the early season's expansion of the leaf bud, in addition to the carbon supply from early season's photosynthesis.