trifoliate


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trifoliate

[trī′fō·lē‚āt]
(botany)
Having three leaves or leaflets.
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This variability indicates that broad mite numbers may be highly aggregated among plant trifoliates (Table 1).
Table 1--Percentage of years with water surplus reported for subperiods S-EM (sowing-emergence), EM-V2 (emergence--first trifoliate leaf), and R1-R5 (flowering initiation-beginning of grain filling) on Haplic Planosol soil.
In vivo Methoxsalen from In vivo Poncirus trifoliate.
Very interesting and equally unusual are the panels above and below embroidered with stylized trifoliate images.
Products that have moisturizing and firming properties include Darphin's Nourishing and Firming Velvet Cream, which is enriched with menyanthes trifoliate, and ESPA Smooth & Firm Body Butter, containing larch extract to firm and pumpkin seed extract to maintain elasticity.
officinalis in South America, and was brought to England and Europe around 18th century, and this tree is twelve to twenty feet high, which bears white flowers and trifoliate leaves, contributing tobacco odour when fresh (Frazer 1851).
Through the fence of trifoliate orange shrubs I saw Japanese yellow roses in winter.
Amlika, Yellow herbs bearing Oxalispes-caprae Sorrel trifoliate leaves L.
Bischofia cummingiana Decne, Bischofia oblongifolia Decne, Bischofia roperiana Decne, Bischofia toui Decne, Bischofia trifoliate (Roxb.