noting or pertaining to a vernation in which
two leaves are folded together in the bud so that one half of each is exterior and the other interior.
Origin: 1750–60; Related forms
< Latin obvolūtus
(past participle of obvolvere
to cover by wrapping up), equivalent to ob- ob-
base of volvere
to turn, roll + -tus
past participle suffix; see volute
is always a great word to know.
So is gametophyte. Does it mean: