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The Cycad Pages
... the Stangeriaceae, or in the Zamiaceae. Distinguishing characters: Leaves bipinnate Leaflets lacking a midrib Leaflets not articulated Sporophylls in vertical rows in cones Key to the species. Click ... , horizontal ptyxis involute. Leaflets with circinate ptyxis and often a true terminal leaflet, lower leaflets not reduced to spines. Petioles lacking spines or prickles. Leaflets flat, lacking a ...
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The Cycad Pages
... or substrates. Distinguishing characters: Leaves pinnate or rarely bipinnate Leaflets midrib, lacking secondary veins Leaflets not articulated Megasporophylls not gathered in cones Select a species, or go to the ... flushes interspersed with cataphylls, lower leaflets often reduced to spines. Longitudinal ptyxis erect or rarely reflexed, horizontal ptyxis circinate. Leaflets with a single thick midrib ...
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Angiosperm Families - Caricaceae Dum.
... alternate; petiolate; simple, or compound; commonly palmate (the leaflets sometimes pinnately lobed). Lamina when simple, entire (usually, ... when present, spiny. General anatomy. Plants with laticifers (articulated, anastomosing). The laticifers in leaves and in stems. ... development Polygonum-type. Antipodal cells formed; 3; not proliferating; ephemeral. Synergids apically broad, with filiform ...
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Angiosperm Families - Cruciferae Juss.
... odour; simple (usually), or compound (rarely); epulvinate; when compound, pinnate (with articulated leaflets). Lamina when simple, dissected to entire; when simple-dissected, pinnatifid, or ... (rarely); tetradynamous (nearly always), or not didynamous, not tetradynamous (when the outer pair missing); oppositisepalous. Filaments appendiculate, or not appendiculate. Anthers basifixed; non-versatile; ...
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DAVALLIACEAE [Draft]
... rhizome. Scales glabrous or bearing multiseptate hairs, basifixed, base not cordate. Stipes articulated at the base to phyllopodia, grooved or not, glabrous. Lamina compound, tripinnate or quadripinnate (rarely in ... ovate to elliptic, deflective, its basal pinnule 5–8 cm long, base asymmetrical; ultimate leaflets rhomboid, only shallowly lobed; ultimate segments (lobes) 3–4 mm wide; margin serrate; ...
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Canary Islands Flora - Arid Habitat
... than 50 centimeters. The trunk has very small and articulated grey-green branches, with opposite ramifications, which can be dichotomous ... to 7 meters - with 100-150 couples of leaflets, coriaceous but flexible. These leaflets have auxiliary double series of short and very ... Poir (Plantaginaceae) Pinillo It is a small prostrate wooden shrub not higher than 60 centimeters, igneous and much branched at ...
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Cycad International : Katherine NT Australia
... of the reproductive organs. Unlike their counterparts in other genera, the megasporophylls of Cycas do not form a determinate female cone, although they are somewhat tightly clustered together when first ... of all species of Dioon are non-articulated leaflets, broadly inserted along the leaf rachises and Dioon is thus the only New World cycad having non-articulated pinnae. The leaves of the closely ...
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