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Angiosperm Families - Buddlejaceae Wilhelm
... a ‘stipular line’ linking the opposing leaf bases). Stipules interpetiolar; without colleters. Lamina margins entire, or serrate, or dentate. Leaf anatomy. Hairs present; eglandular and glandular ( ... lato); multicellular. Complex hairs usually present; peltate, or stellate, or capitate. Minor leaf veins without phloem transfer cells (Buddlejaceae). Stem anatomy. Young stems cylindrical, or ...
delta-intkey.com

Aboriginal Uses of Plants Around Sydney
... Historical Records of a few of the more important species Xanthorrhoea spp. "Leaf bases, young flowers and shoots eaten in spring and after fires (not ... hooks to their lines. May be removed as a powder from leaf bases by beating them; sometimes found as a hardened knob on northern ... determined." (J. E. Smith's appendix to White's journal). "The bases of the inner leaves of the grass-tree are not to ...
farrer.riv.csu.edu.au

Clivia
... a plant. While a clivia plant does not have a true bulb, the swollen clasping leaf bases of a mature clivia plant quite clearly demonstrate an incomplete development of a dense bulb ... crown. This same relationship can be seen by comparing a leek with an onion. The leaf bases of a leek clasp one another in the same way they do on an onion ...
gardenline.usask.ca

MY CARNIVOROUS PLANTS
... constructed from 5 to 10 leaf stalks. On the end of every leaf is a spring trap shaped leaf blade that has a bright red ... cultivation the plant can be fed flies on occasion. A: spring-type leaf-stalk or petiole. B and C: typical summer-type petioles. ... which case that part of the leaf should be removed. Fleshy leaf bases from the bulb may also be used to make leaf cuttings using the same method. ...
home.wanadoo.nl/aryenadahobbelhovestad

Bromania - Grace Goode - Articles
... containers as the plant develops in size. The leaf bases should not be set any deeper than the top of the medium. Soil contact with leaf axils can encourage rot. If the plant ... might be unsuitable and the plant does not do well, grasshoppers could maul it, or leaf burn from the cold or the heat may occur. Some grow too large and hide ...
members.iimetro.com.au

Squash Vine Borer, HYG-2153-92
... or plow the soil in fall or spring to destroy overwintering cocoons. Cover vines at leaf joints with moist soil, to promote formation of secondary roots that will support the plant ... at twilight or in early morning when they are resting on the upper side of leaf bases. Hand-pick the eggs before they hatch. Chemical Control Squash vine borer can be killed ...
ohioline.osu.edu

The Cycad Pages
... aerial or subterranean, pachycaul, cylindrical or globose stems, with few to many leaves. Leaf bases mostly not persistent. New leaves emerging singly or in flushes. Dichotomous branching common ... acaulescent Number of leaves Leaf colour yellow green light or bright green dark green blue green Leaf length (cm) Number of leaflets Vernation circinnate straight Leaf bases dark, spreading light, ...
plantnet.rbgsyd.nsw.gov.au

Leaf Terminology (Part 2)
... Word Index Noteworthy Plants Trivia Lemnaceae Biology 101 Botany Search Botany 115 Terminology Leaf Terminology Part 2 Go To Leaf Terminology Part 1 Go To Flower Terminology Part 1 Go To ... Inflorescence Terminology Part 2 5. Leaf Shapes A. The Prefix "Ob" In A Descriptive Leaf Term B. Images Of Leaf Shapes 6. Leaf Apices 7. Leaf Bases 8. Leaf Margins 9. Leaf Surfaces Botanical terms that describe ...
waynesword.palomar.edu

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Untitled Leaf shapes ovate obovate oblanceolate oblong elliptic lanceolate deltoid perfoliate rhomboidal orbicular reniform Leaf tips Compound leaves Leaf bases Return to the HOME PAGE.
www.botany.com

Bryophyllum.com - Leaf Shapes - basic forms
... Crassula Pyramidalis Ceropegia Fusca general topics: Crassulaceae in Ancient Rome Leaf Shapes LINKS SITEMAP Leaf Shapes - basic forms general illustration, not limited to Bryophyllum ... spathulate Leaf Apices acuminate acute (acute angle) aristate cuspidate emarginate obtuse (blunt angle) rounded truncate Leaf Bases acuminate acute auriculate cordate hastate oblique rounded sagittate truncate Leaf ...
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