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

(fō-lē-ā′shē-ŭs) [L. folia, leaves]
Resembling or pert. to a leaf.
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His first published work was focused on the carvings known as "foliaceous axes" (1) (Souville 1972).
Different types of bracts may be recognize in the inflorescence: (1) foliaceous, with a well-developed blade and a scarcely or not developed sheath; (2) setiform, without a sheath, the leaf blade enlarges at the base but the mid and upper portions are narrow and stretched (setalike), sometimes acuminate; and (3) glumaceous, similar to a glume, but with a short setiform appendix.
Mesonotum with a pair or cluster of tubercles or crenulate foliaceous lobes in central portion, which vary greatly in size and shape (Figs 21, 22).
The sap moves through the xylem vessels at the rates [V.sub.x] = 0.05-2 m/h in ferns and conifers, 1-6 m/h in foliaceous plants, and 10-60 m/h in grasses, reaching the relatively high velocities [V.sub.x] = 20-60 m/h in some trees and [V.sub.x] = 100-150 m/h in lianas [1].
Spilling over from and between these sets of prints are various arabesque drawings and script, foliaceous swirls and ornamentation, and almost bomb-like shards and billowing clouds, functioning--one presumes from this overall grid of literal and figurative Persian carpets--as triggers for unlocking deeply conflicted media messages in the guise of her own journey of self-discovery.
Spur foliaceous, as long as basal metatarsomere, four times longer than broad at base, with 11-14 marginal black-tipped teeth of varying size.
tubiflora, but differs by its leaves with domatia along the midvein, foliaceous bracts and longer sepals.
granulifera Zone lies above the base of the Diplograptus foliaceous Zone.
Terminal sclerite foliaceous. Radix elongated, blunt tipped.
Pemphigus foliaceous is an autoimmune intraepidermal blistering disease with lesions occurring on the face, scalp, chest, and upper back.
IVIg has proved beneficial for patients with severe pemphigus foliaceous that was refractory to prednisone and other immunosuppressive therapy.