Would love some clarification: We're taught that you can tell a leaf by the axillary bud where the petiole connects to the stem. But what if the axillary bud has developed into a stem/branch?... Will there be no more axillary bud? Would it be correct to say that leaves quite often lack axillary buds at their junction with the stem (maybe one used to be there, but later developed into a stem/branch)? Thanks!