Foliar trace
Foliar Fo"li*ar, a. (Bot.) Consisting of, or pertaining to, leaves; as, foliar appendages. [1913 Webster]

{Foliar gap} (Bot.), an opening in the fibrovascular system of a stem at the point of origin of a leaf.

{Foliar trace} (Bot.), a particular fibrovascular bundle passing down into the stem from a leaf. [1913 Webster]


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