folio-, foli-, folii-

(Latin: leaf, leaves; a plant's device for intercepting light, obtaining and storing water and nutrients, exchanging gases, and providing a process for photosynthesis)

acutifoliate
Sharp-leaved.
amplexifoliate
Having amplexicaul (clasping the stem) leaves.
angustifoliate (adjective), more angustifoliate, most angustifoliate
Plants that have thin or narrow leaves.
antifoliate
bifoliate
bifoliation
brevifoliate (adjective)
Having short leaves.
caprifoliaceous (adjective), more caprifoliaceous, most caprifoliaceous
1. Relating to, or belonging to the family Caprifoliaceae: Caprifoliaceous plants thrive in temperate and boreal regions and include shrubs or small trees like honeysuckle, elderberry, and the guelder rose.
2. Etymology: from New Latin caprifoliaceae, from caprifolium type genus, from Medieval Latin: "honeysuckle", from Latin caper, "goat" + folium, "leaf".
chemexfoliation
A chemosurgical technique designed to remove acne scars or treat chronic skin changes caused by exposure to sunlight.
defoliant
defoliant (s) defoliants (pl) (nouns)
defoliate
defoliation
exfoliant (s), exfoliants (pl) (nouns)
exfoliate