Definition of Cladophylls

1. Noun. (plural of cladophyll) ¹



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Definition of Cladophylls

1. cladophyll [n] - See also: cladophyll

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cladophylls

cladistics
cladists
clado-
cladoceran
cladocerans
cladode
cladodes
cladodial
cladogeneses
cladogenesis
cladogenetic
cladogram
cladograms
cladophore
cladophyll
cladophylls (current term)
cladoptosis
cladosporiosis
cladosporium
cladoxylopsid
cladoxylopsids
cladribine
clads
cladus
claes
clafouti
clafoutis
clag
clagged
claggier

Literary usage of Cladophylls

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1. A Text-book of Botany for Secondary Schools by John Merle Coulter (1910)
"(1) cladophylls.—If the greenhouse smilax, often called wedding smilax, be examined, the apparent leaves will be discovered to be branches modified so as to ..."

2. Laboratory Manual of Biology by George William Hunter, Morris Crawford Valentine (1906)
"Describe the position, arrangement, and structure, of the broad, leaflike bodies or cladophylls. 2. Note the tiny scales, placed one underneath each ..."

3. Plant Life and Plant Uses: An Elementary Textbook, a Foundation for the by John Gaylord Coulter (1913)
"Such exceptional forms of stem branches are called cladophylls. ... Its needle-like branches may be also properly called cladophylls, though their ..."

4. Guide to the Study of Common Plants: An Introduction to Botany by Volney Morgan Spalding (1895)
"Even more remarkable modifications are presented in the leaf-like organs known as cladophylls. In the case of the so-called smilax of the greenhouses, ..."

5. Structural Botany: Or Organography on the Basis of Morphology. To which is by Asa Gray (1879)
"... with cladophylls serving for foliage ; the true leaves consisting of minute and very inconspicuous scales subtending the former. F1U. 123. ..."

6. Gray's Botanical Text-book by Asa Gray (1879)
"... with cladophylls serving for foliage; the true leaves consisting of minute яп<1 very Inconspicuous scales subtending the former. Flo. 123. л -li.'. ..."

7. Elements of Botany by Joseph Young Bergen (1897)
"... so closely resemble leaves as to be almost indistinguishable from them are called cladophylls. 74. Modifiability of the Stem. ..."

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