unifoliolate

u·ni·fo·li·o·late

 (yo͞o′nĭ-fō′lē-ə-lāt′)
adj.
Compound in structure but having a single leaflet, as the leaves of certain citrus plants.

unifoliolate

(ˌjuːnɪˈfəʊlɪəˌleɪt)
adj
(Botany) (of a compound leaf) having only one leaflet

u•ni•fo•li•o•late

(ˌyu nəˈfoʊ li əˌleɪt)

adj.
compound in structure yet having only one leaflet, as an orange leaf.
[1865–70]
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The leaves tend to be decussate on the lower stem (with opposite pairs, the succeeding pairs turned 180[degrees]), usually alternate near the stem apex, petiolate, palmately compound (except for small unifoliolate leaves at branch apices), with an odd number (3-13) of coarsely serrate, lanceolate leaflets.
The plants were thinned at unifoliolate leaf stage to 5cm between plants, maintaining 20 seedlings per meter row length.
Plants of each genotype (two pots each with eight plants) were inoculated at the unifoliolate leaf stage with SMV strains G1 or G7.
Lindley, 1831; Meacham, 1980; Cronquist, 1981; Takhtajan, 1997, among many others) to consider these leaves as unifoliolate.
The twinspots are of variable size and are apparent on the upper surfaces of the unifoliolate and early trifoliolate leaves of TW 98-1 during the juvenile growth period.
Plants were inoculated at the unifoliolate stage at the same time.
The abaxial leaf surfaces of two unifoliolate leaves in each plant were inoculated at 7 d after planting with the rust spore suspension using the inoculation technique of Stavely (1983).
Dwelley (PI 598079) is a unifoliolate Kabuli-type cultivar that was developed for resistance to Ascochyta blight (Muehlbauer et al.
Brakke and Gardner (1987) reported that a low rate of early growth in pigeonpea was associated with a lack of exposed cotyledons and small unifoliolate and trifoliolate leaves.
1) for the one-node treatment (Node 1 was the node of the unifoliolate leaves).
Genomic DNA was isolated from fresh unifoliolate leaf tissue of 10 greenhouse-grown plants for each accession.