[leef-foo t-id] /ˈlifˌfʊt ɪd/
any of numerous plant-sucking or predaceous bugs of the family Coreidae, typically having leaflike legs: several species are pests of food crops.
noun, Botany. 1. (in the stele of vascular plants) a break in the tissue of a stem around a leaf trace. noun 1. (botany) a region of parenchyma cells in the vascular tissue of flowering plants and some ferns, situated above a leaf trace
[leef-hop-er] /ˈlifˌhɒp ər/ noun 1. any of numerous leaping, homopterous insects of the family Cicadellidae that suck plant juices, many being serious crop pests.
[leef-hop-er] /ˈlifˌhɒp ər/ noun 1. any of numerous leaping, homopterous insects of the family Cicadellidae that suck plant juices, many being serious crop pests. noun 1. any homopterous insect of the family Cicadellidae, including various pests of crops
[leef] /lif/ noun, plural leaves [leevz] /livz/ (Show IPA) 1. one of the expanded, usually green organs borne by the stem of a plant. 2. any similar or corresponding lateral outgrowth of a stem. 3. a petal: a rose leaf. 4. leaves collectively; foliage. 5. Bibliography. a unit generally comprising two printed, blank, or illustrated […]