Definition of Midrib. Meaning of Midrib. Synonyms of Midrib

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Definition of Midrib

Midrib
Midrib Mid"rib`, n. (Bot.) A continuation of the petiole, extending from the base to the apex of the lamina of a leaf.

Meaning of Midrib from wikipedia

- Compare megastrobilus. midrib The central and usually most prominent vein of a leaf or leaf-like organ. midvein See midrib. monad A single individual...
- reasonable to define a mucro as "a small sharp point as a continuation of the midrib", but it may not be clear how small is small enough, how sharp is sharp...
- leaf, referred to as the midrib or costa and is continuous with the vasculature of the petiole more proximally. The midrib then branches to a number...
- Type XIV- Note flat cross section (lenticular), demonstrated by lack of a visible midrib towards the point. Broad and triangular in profile....
- Triphragmium ulmariae, which creates swellings and distortions on the stalk and/or midrib. The fungus Ramularia ulmariae causes purple blotches on the leaves. The...
- During the day, they feed and then rest in the open, lying still on the midrib of leaves, where their colouration makes them difficult to distinguish....
- Banisia myrsusalis, the sapodilla borer or sapota midrib folder, is a species of moth of the family Thyrididae. It was described by Francis Walker in 1859...
- dehiscence radially aligned with the locules, i.e. not at the septa, along the midrib or dorsal suture (seam) of the locules. If septa are absent, the dehiscence...
- structure. All members of this genus have a costa (or midrib) that extends into the leaf blade. This midrib can vary in length; and it is due to this variation...
- (3.9–7.9 in) broad. They are light green, often crinkled, with a black midrib, and exhibit circinate vernation. Spores develop in sori on the underside...
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