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DAVALLIACEAE [Draft]
... lamina compound, lowest pinnule inserted at very base of pinna rhachis.................................................................. 2. Davallia clarkei         11b. Scales peltate, if lamina compound ...
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Angiosperm Families - Implicit Attributes
... Lamina neither inverted nor twisted through 90 degrees; not conspicuously asymmetric. Leaves eligulate. Stipules not ochreate; without colleters. Axillary scales absent. Vernation not circinnate. Leaves becoming compound ... . Inulin not found. Peculiar feature. Gynoecium and fruit not as in Resedaceae. Lamina tip not abaxially pouched. Epicalyx not double and complex as in Triplostegiaceae. Geography ...
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Angiosperm Families - Aceraceae Juss.
... compound; when compound, ternate (e.g. A. griseum), or pinnate (e.g. Dipteronia, A. negundo). Lamina when simple, dissected, or entire; when dissected, pinnatifid, or palmatifid; pinnately veined, or palmately veined. Leaves exstipulate. Lamina ...
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Cycas multipinnata
... S.Y. Yang 9202 (holo PE). Etymology: From the Latin pinnatus, pinnate, with the compound prefix multi-, many, referring to the complexly branched leaflets. Literature: Wang 1996 Illustrations: Wang ... above the mid-point, and the smaller megasporophylls with shorter teeth on the apical lamina. The subterranean habit, the small, soft microsporangiate cones, the loose, freely peeling sarcotesta lacking ...
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Cycas simplicipinna
... fide Hill 1995): BKF). Etymology: From the Latin pinna, first division of a compound leaf, with the compound prefix simplici-, simple, referring to the simple leaflets in contrast to the divided ... well-spaced leaflets, small microsporangiate cones, small megasporophylls with short spines on the apical lamina and small seeds distinguish this species within the group of acaulescent species occurring in ...
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Chapter 3: Taxonomy, Page 1
... (but often splitting at maturity). Leaves nearly always compound; epulvinate; (falsely) pinnate, or palmate, or bipinnate (rarely). Lamina without cross-venules. Leaves ligulate (often, in palmate and costa-palmate forms), or eligulate; without a persistent basal meristem (presumably). Vernation conduplicate. Leaves becoming compound ...
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The Succulent Plant Page: Glossary of Botanical Terms
... X Y Z L Labium - a lip. Lacteus - milky. Lamella - a thin plate or layer. Lamina - the blade or expanded part of a leaf. Lanate - with long, soft wooly hairs. See ... food and water and may be modified for other purposes. See also: - leaf blade: simple, compound, palmate, pinnate, trifoliate - leaf arrangement on the stem: alternate, decussate, distichous, opposite, rosulate, spiral, whorled ...
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UCMP Glossary: L
... . leaf -- An organ found in most vascular plants; it consists of a flat lamina (blade) and a petiole (stalk). Many flowering plants have additionally a pair of ... sea level. upland, highland ant. luciferase -- enzyme which activates luciferin to produce bioluminescence. luciferin -- compound whose activated form emits light. lysosome -- Eukaryotic organelle which carries digestive enzymes. The ...
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Lab VIII - Medullosans and Cycads (2)
... adaxial palisade layer with abaxial spongy mesophyll. Many Neuropteris, in contrast, has thin broad lamina (VG 1:5) with a thin epidermis and uniform, equidimensional mesophyll cells. Neuropteris ... pollen organs found in association with Medullosa range from simple synangiate forms to complex, compound structures; all of which involve more or less fused clusters of elongate microsporangia. Among ...
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