Lateral branching system webbing consists of filling in flattened branches with laminar tissue. In developmental terms, the webbing of telomes to produce a laminate leaf blade involves, first, the production of lateral outgrows and, second, fusion of adjacent branches. Laminar tissue is present at a millimeter scale and first occurs in last branching orders.
Beerling and Flemming, 2007; Zimmermann, 1938
lateral branching system webbing is_a quality trait
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