foliaceous


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fo·li·ate

(fō'lē-āt),
Pertaining to or resembling a leaf or leaflet.
Synonym(s): foliaceous, foliar, foliose

foliaceous

/fo·li·a·ceous/ (fo″le-a´shus) foliate.

foliaceous

(fō-lē-ā′shē-ŭs) [L. folia, leaves]
Resembling or pert. to a leaf.
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The primary bracts are often described as involucral bracts, the lowermost bracts are usually foliaceous (sheathing or not) or setiform, and the uppermost bracts are very small and glumaceous; however, not rarely, primary bracts can be all foliaceous (Cyperus imbricatus Retz.
Pemphigus vulgaris (PV) is one of a group of unique, related blistering disorders that includes pemphigus foliaceous (PF) and paraneoplastic pemphigus (PNP).
4 mm wide, erect or slightly curved, exceeding the foliage, dark violet, lepidote; peduncle bracts not foliaceous, 4-5 cm long, 1 cm wide, elliptic, apex apiculate or attenuate, longer than the internodes, nerved, lepidote, brown, papyraceous; primary bracts 2-2.
The mean diagnostic delay was 6 months in patients with pemphigus foliaceous and 4.
5 cm in diameter; scape bracts foliaceous and not distinguishable from the leaves, slightly reduced in size toward the apex, subspreading-arcuate to distinctly recurved.
Senna reticulata has an epigean germination mode, with foliaceous cotyledons (Hladik & Miquel, 1990).
densely white-lanate, pale green with color partially obscured by the trichomes; scape bracts foliaceous and similar to the leaves, suberect-arcuate.
Scape erect, 28-35 cm x 2 mm, somewhat sulcate, very sparsely punctate lepidote, reddish; scape bracts erect, imbricate throughout, the lower green, the uppermost tinged reddish, all with a foliaceous attenuate blade.
7 cm in diameter, glabrous, green, inconspicuously sulcate; scape bracts: the basal ones foliaceous to subfoliaceous and not distinguishable from the leaves, distinctly exceeding the internodes, the upper ones lanceolate, acuminate-caudate, suberect to erect, slightly exceeding the internodes, 3.
3 cm in diameter (not including the primary bracts); primary bracts foliaceous, suberect to spreading; fascicles ca.
4 cm wide, longer than the leaves, subglabrous, erect, green; peduncle-bracts with an attenuate recurved apex, the lower ones foliaceous, 10-15 cm long, imbricate, green, subcoriaceous, the upper ones ca.
8 cm in diameter, distinctly exceeding the leaves; scape bracts the basal ones foliaceous, the upper ones narrowly ovate, 3-4 x 2-3.