little leaf

little leaf

[′lid·əl ‚lēf]
(plant pathology)
Any of various plant diseases and disorders characterized by chlorotic, underdeveloped, and sometimes distorted leaves.
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A little leaf tap-tap-tapped furiously against a twig, as a single leaf caught in a current will.
Two Gliricidia sepium trees showing little leaf disease (GLLD) were collected in La Guacima (Alajuela province) to compare sequences with those from C.
Then we purify it so that all that remains is the organic debris, like pollen, spores and little leaf bits, then we look at them under a microscope."
The tree selection includes Accolade elm, European beech, Greenspire Little Leaf linden, hackberry, Kentucky coffee tree, northern red oak and swamp white oak.
When I'm cooking for Chez, my dinner can be just thrown on the thing, whatever, but I have to cut out a little leaf and throw on a little bit of spice to make her dinner really nice." Garnish is the spice of life, that gives it all its flavour.
I don't know why but my dinner can be just thrown on the thing, whatever, but I have to, like, cut out a little leaf and throw on a little bit of spice and I have to make her dinner really nice.
The project kicked off at a ceremony on 23 September 2016 when students of Rivers Elementary and Rivers Collegiate planted the 235 little leaf lilacs which will make up the outline of the labyrinth.
Sometimes known as the "very little leaf lilac" this deciduous shrub is smothered in delicate fragrant clusters of pink tubular flowers in late spring.