intervein

intervein

(ˌɪntəˈveɪn)
vb (tr)
to intersect with veins, or as with veins
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It was a mountain at whose verdant feet A spacious plain outstretched in circuit wide Lay pleasant; from his side two rivers flowed, The one winding, the other straight, and left between Fair champaign, with less rivers interveined, Then meeting joined their tribute to the sea.
Despite the basal position of Nymphaeaceae, it is believed that the "pseudoblade" does not occur because the species in that family feature phloem with reversed position only in the midrib, not in the intervein regions, as occurs with monocotyledons.
A Discourse stored with infinite variety in relation to State-Government and Passages of matchless affection gracefully interveined, and presented on a Theatre of Tragical and Comical State, in a successive continuation to these times.
The watery lesion was defined as partial or entire watery formation in a region between two or more interveins around the ovipositional site.
The epidermal cell surface has parallel ridges on veins, an irregular pattern over interveins, and radial disposition around trichome bases and stomata.