1. (of a leaf shape) having three leaflets
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How To Use trifoliate In A Sentence

  • Mexican orange is another good hedging plant, with glossy trifoliate evergreen leaves that release the fragrance of orange peel when pruned.
  • The second method is the foliar application of 4 to 8 pounds of manganese sulfate when the plants have two or three trifoliate leaves.
  • They are pinnately trifoliate and the terminal leaflet is often the largest. Chapter 8
  • The trifoliate leaflets are closed as in nyctinasty.
  • Stem two feet in length, branching, prostrate or trailing, the ends of the shoots erect; leaves trifoliate, yellowish-green, the leaflets inversely heart-shaped; flowers rather large, yellow, -- the petals crenate or notched on the borders, and striped at their base with purple. The Field and Garden Vegetables of America Containing Full Descriptions of Nearly Eleven Hundred Species and Varietes; With Directions for Propagation, Culture and Use.
  • The trifoliate leaf where the egg hatched and the larva began feeding will wilt and die.
  • The leaves are alternate, trifoliate, with petioles 3-18 cm long and ovate or rhomboidal leaflets which are toothed or lobed, about as broad as long, usually large, in the range 4-20 cm. Chapter 38
  • The trifoliate leaflets are closed as in nyctinasty.
  • We are proud to offer for sale, a lovely piece of early Van Briggle pottery, circa 1915 in a stunning Arts and Crafts trifoliate design.
  • Resistance was evaluated by immersion for 10 d at the second trifoliate leaf stage.
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