Definitions for vernationvərˈneɪ ʃən
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
the arrangement of the foliage leaves within a bud.
Origin of vernation:
1785–95; < NL vernātiō= L vernā(re) to show signs of spring, bud, der. of vernus (see vernal ) +-tiō -tion
(botany) the arrangement of young leaves in a leaf bud before it opens
The appearance of new leaves.
The arrangement of multiple organs (such as leaves and flower parts) within a bud.
Arrangement of only leaves within the bud; prefoliation.
the arrangement of the leaves within the leaf bud, as regards their folding, coiling, rolling, etc.; prefoliation
Vernation is the formation of new leaves or fronds. In plant anatomy, it is the arrangement of leaves in a bud. In pine trees new leaves are short and encased in sheaths. Each leaf bundle consists of 2 to 5 needles. All the leaves on one section of branch grow in length together. In the cabbage, new leaves are folded over, each covered by the previous leaf.
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