what does " Petiole Holds the leaf base to light" mean? does it mean it helps to face sunlight? is leaf base nd blade same? as in d book its gvn as blade instead of leaf base.
in d nxt line it shud b bringing nd not ringing.
there are a lot of mistakes in phyllotaxy as well. eg: in d table it should b types of phyllotaxy nd not venation......
Yes you are right, it is leaf blade not leaf base.
‘Petiole holds the leaf blade to light’ means petiole help the leaf lamina or blade to lie in horizontal position facing towards sunlight not droop down.
No leaf base and leaf blade are different. Leaf base is the part of leaf which attaches leaf to base of stem. Leaf blade is also called leaf lamina, the green expanded part with midrib and veins.
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