leaf bud


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leaf bud

[′lēf ‚bəd]
(botany)
A bud that produces a leafy shoot.
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Within an area of [approximately equal to] 10 x 10 m, 16 of 32 selected, equally sized plants, were randomly chosen and defoliated on 2 June 1988, [approximately equal to]3 wk before the new leaf buds opened, and soon after the ground became free from snow.
SEE if you can you find any leaf buds on the trees.
It often starts its display as early as October and though sometimes it can be deformed by extremely bitter weather, it recovers, producing more flowers that can carry on until the leaf buds begin to swell in March.
Annual growing capacity and productivity potential were analyzed by determining the number of leaf buds and flower buds.
The harm may be limited to flower bud damage at the ends of the branches, or of all the flower buds, or of some or all of the leaf buds, or even bark or trunk damage.
Propolis is a substance collected by the honeybee from the leaf buds and cracks in the bark of various plants in a defined region rich with poplar trees.
You will see depressions that are undeveloped leaf buds.
You will have to be persistent with spraying to keep the barrier on the leaves in place, and spray early, as the leaf buds burst if the blackspot was present the previous year.
Jasminum officinale has deep green, finely cut leaves that appear from red leaf buds in spring.
One finally started to grow a white root, but so far no leaf buds.
Tea is an agricultural product of leaves, leaf buds, and internodes of various cultivars, processed and cured using various methods.