Having the basal part produced around the stem; -- said of leaves which the stem apparently passes directory through.
Surrounded by a circle of hairs, or projections of any kind.
Paired leaves which fuse around the stem.
referring to a rhinophore whose central shaft seems to pass through leaf-like extensions. Lamellate.
Leaves with basal lobes uniting round the stem.
Leavs so clasping thes stem as to appear as if pierced by it.
a. (L. per, through; folium, a leaf) said of opposite or whorled leaves or bracts that are united into a collarlike structure around the stem that bears them.
A leaf that completely surrounds the stem so that the stem appears to perforate or pass through the leaf.
referring to a sessile leaf or leaflike structure whose base completely surrounds the stem
A leaf that appears to be perforated by the stem.
of a leaf having the base united around (and apparently pierced by) the stem
of a sessile leaf or bract, having its base completely wrapped around the stem.
a sessile leaf that has a base which completely surrounds the stem
Describes the leaf arrangement of plants such as honeysuckle, in which two opposite leaves are fused and appear to be pierced by the stem or branch.
A botanical term for opposite or whorled leaves or bracts that are united into a collarlike structure around the stem that bears them. From the Latin, per, "through;" and folium, "a leaf."