Microphyll

Microphyll is a type of plant leaf, which has traditionally been defined as `an appendage supplied by a single, unbranched vein`. In the classical concept of a microphyll, this vein emerges from the protostele without leaving a leaf gap. Leaf gaps are small areas above the node of some leaves where there is no vascular tissue, as it has all been.....
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microphyll

(from the article `fern`) ...have narrow leaves also have only a single central vascular strand (e.g., certain species of Schizaea), these can usually be distinguished readily ... ...served by vascular tissue (i.e., they have no veins), found in some extinct groups and in modern whisk ferns (Psilotum). The lycophytes have ... ...or m...
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microphyll

A kind of leaf, specifically one which has a single, unbranched vein in it. Microphylls are only found in the lycophytes.
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microphyll

A kind of leaf, specifically one which has a single, unbranched vein in it. Microphylls are only found in the lycophytes.
Found on http://www.ucmp.berkeley.edu/glossary/glossary_8.html
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