phyllo-, phyll-, -phyll, -phyllous
(Greek: leaf, leaves)
aphyllous (adjective), more aphyllous, most aphyllous
Lacking or having no leaves: Cacti are the most common aphyllous plants known.
Since aphyllous plants don't have leaves, they perform photosynthesis in their stems and branches.
An obsolete term for the use of chloroform to induce general anesthesia.
A transparent body partly covering the spore sacs of siphonophoran coelenterates.
A reference to something growing on the lower surfaces of leaves.
Growing under or on the lower surfaces of leaves.
The study of leaves.