Phyllome



[fil-ohm] /ˈfɪl oʊm/

noun, Botany.
1.
a leaf of a plant.
2.
a structure corresponding to a plant leaf.
/ˈfɪləʊm/
noun
1.
a leaf or a leaflike organ
phyllome
(fĭl’ōm’)
A leaf or a plant part that evolved from a leaf.

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