leaf trace


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leaf trace

n.
A strand of vascular tissue that extends between the vascular bundle of a stem and a leaf.

leaf trace

n
(Botany) botany a vascular bundle connecting the vascular tissue of the stem with that of a leaf
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The Long Leaf Trace is a 41-mile stretch of old railroad line between Hattiesburg and Prentiss that was converted to a multi-use path in the year 2000.
Sequential sections of stipe in plantlets have a leaf trace formed by 2-3 vascular strands (Fig.
In proximal regions, a layer of profusely pitted parenchyma, continuous with the pith, covers the upper surface of the leaf trace (Fig.
The annual Long Leaf Trace bike ride took place in Prentiss, Miss.