A leaflike or scalelike plant component, usually small, often showy or colorful, and found just below a flower, a flower stalk, or an inflorescence.
A leaf or leaf-like structure from the axil which a the stalk of a flower or an inflorescence arises.
A leaf, generally smaller compared to the real leaves of a plant, from axil that a flower stalk arises.
Any modified leaf, or scale, on a flower stalk or on base of a flower.
In botany, a leaf in a flower-cluster or subtending a flower, frequently varying notably from a regular leaf in dimensions, type, or texture, usually much paid off, and quite often petaloid, very colored, and incredibly conspicuous.
In zoology, a part of a hydrozoan likened to a bract of a plant; a hydrophyllium. See cuts under Athorybia and hydrophyllium.
A thin bowl of material made use of as an ornament, as, for instance, one of the gold disk-like ornaments produced in Scandinavian nations into the Viking age.
The oval distal exite regarding appendages of certain segments of phyllopod crustaceans, as Apus, probably providing a respiratory purpose.
a modified leaf or leaflike component just underneath and safeguarding an inflorescence