complete leaf

complete leaf

[kəm′plēt ′lēf]
(botany)
A dicotyledon leaf consisting of three parts: blade, petiole, and a pair of stipules.
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Complete leaf defoliation or defoliating three-quarters and half of each leaf at this critical stage reduced plant height, decreased shoot dry weight, branch number and leaf area index of okra.
With density influences nutrient, moisture, solar radiation and crop growth stages on the leaves and may affect stems, perennial grasses of fine grain cereals and cold areas, if desired exposure Drshrayt every 6 to 10 days a Full sheets are produced, whereas in maize and tropical crops every four to six days a complete leaf is produced.
Still, throughout Los Angeles, deciduous trees are frequently pruned prior to complete leaf fall, and I have never seen any of them harmed as a result.
Weather permitting, crews expect to complete leaf collection in this area this week.
Machinery for high volume production lines and small-scale specialty or herb tea packers is available off the shelf, and complete production line solutions, from advanced, electronically monitored and controlled high volume complete leaf to warehouse systems to highly functional low-tech leaf to bag to box lines are also popular.
Response to postanthesis drought was measured in terms of flag leaf senescence, on a 0-to-5 scale (0 = no damage, 5 = complete leaf senescence), and TAM 111 was found to average 2.
Public works employees will complete leaf collection in southeast Eugene in the early part of the week.
2] conditions, such as in water-seeded rice, the emergence of the radicle may occur after the emergence of the first complete leaf.

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