a pair of leaf-like structures at the base of the leaf stalk on some plants.
the pair of leaflike structures at the base of a leaf petiole in some species.
Appendages to the base of a petiole, often adnate to it.
Small leaf-like organs occurring in pairs on either side of the leaves; occasionally each one extends half way around the twig, respectively.
Leaflike appendages often found on either side of the base of the petiole; they may subtend the leaf, but they are not actual parts of the leaf.
A pair of bracts at the base of the petiole that protects the axillary bud.
leaf-like structure at the point of junction between stem and petiole.
pair of outgrowths at base of petiole in some plants
small leaves, always in pairs at the base of a leaf-stalk.
The appendages on each side of the base of certain leaves.
A pair of wing or scale-like structures often found at the base of leaves. Sometimes joined into a sheath.
are leaf-like structures found at the point where the leaf stalk arises from the stem.
small scalelike or leafy structures attached to the twig at either side of a petiole or rachis
paired leaf-like, scale-like or bristle-like structures found at the base or on the stalk of a leaf or phyllode.
Small leafy organs placed at the base of the footstalks of the leaves in many plants. 203
Small leaf-like structures at the junction of some leaf-stalks with the stem, as in some Vetches.
leaflike structures attached at the base of the leaf.
Paired appendages found at the base of the leaves of many flowering plants.
Bumps or growths at the bottom of a leaf stalk. Sometimes leafy-looking. Common in members of the rose family. Also helps separate black willow from peachleaf willow. [To return to previous page, click your browser's BACK button then scroll through the page to your last location