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Angiosperm Families - Acanthaceae Juss.
... herbs annual to perennial; with a basal aggregation of leaves, or with neither basal nor terminal aggregations of leaves. Self supporting (mostly, by contrast with Thunbergiaceae), or ... tropical forests), or xerophytic. Leaves opposite (decussate); flat; gland-dotted, or not gland-dotted; simple. Lamina dissected, or entire; pinnately veined; cross-venulate. Leaves exstipulate. Lamina margins ...
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Angiosperm Families - Alzateaceae S. Graham
... m, with opposite or verticillate branches, these purple-red before peeling to become red-brown with age). (Hemi-) epiphytic, or self supporting. Mesophytic. Leaves opposite, or whorled ... -dotted; simple. Lamina entire; oblong, or ovate, or obovate; pinnately veined (brochidodromous). Leaves stipulate. Stipules intrapetiolar (axillary). Lamina margins entire. Leaf anatomy. Stomata present; anomocytic ...
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Order Caryophyllales
... Order Caryophyllales Order Caryophyllales Family Caryophyllaceae (Pink) Order Caryophyllales- perfect flowers, leaves opposite or whorled, ovary generally superior, fruit a capsule, petals sometimes absent. Credit: http://130.17. ...
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12. Descriptions
... underground stems Stems: primary stems, trunks, bark, wood, branches, branchlets Leaves: general arrangement, stipules, petiole, leaf blade, lobes, compound leaf axes ... (e.g., "leaf blade 5--10[--15] cm" and "leaves opposite [or alternate]"). 12.13 In descriptions and keys ... with 2 lines of hairs decurrent from margins of petiole. Leaves opposite, apically alternate; petiole 1--4(--6) mm; leaf blade ...
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Identify the Ash
... the Olive Family - Oleaceae Oleaceae Watson/Dallwitz Description of Individual Ash Species - Fraxinus white green Leaves: opposite , pinnately compound , without teeth . Bark: gray and furrowed. Fruit: a single winged key hanging in ...
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The Maples
... Family - Aceraceae Aceraceae - Watson/Dallwitz Description of Individual Maple Species sugar red silver boxelder bigleaf Leaves: opposite , simple or compound, palmately lobed. Fruit: a double samara. ash | beech | basswood | birch | black cherry ...
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Caryoplyllaceae - Pink Family #1
... vulgatum Family: Caryoplyllaceae Pink Family Flower: 1/4" white flowers with partially divided petals Leaves: opposite, 3/4" hairy Plant: 6-18" hairy stem General Comments: PFG1 states that ... Name: Stellaria media Family: Caryoplyllaceae Pink Family Flower: tiny white flowers with divided petals Leaves: opposite, ~1" Plant: Trailing, forms matts, stems to 30" General Comments: Common lawn weed. ...
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Rubiaceae - Madder Family #1
... Madder Family Flower: 1/2" blue-violet 4 petaled flower terminal on stalk. Leaves: 1/2" ovate pointed leaves, opposite, sparse on stems. Plant: 3-6" erect plant. Sometimes branching. General Comments: Seen ... Flower: 1/4" pale violet 4 petaled flowers clusters close to stalk. Leaves: 1/2" simple ovate pointed leaves, opposite and whorled(6 around Plant: Low trailing and branching plant forming dense ...
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Vegetable Crops Pt1
... the upper surface of the leaf during periods of high humidity. The underside of leaves, opposite the yellow spots, becomes covered by a grayish growth which is the spore producing ... Virus (virus): Chlorotic stippling, ringspots and mild vein clearing occur on leaves on cantaloupe, honeydew, and cucumber. Squash leaves are severely affected, often showing leaf perforations. Fruit of yellow varieties ...
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