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Angiosperm Families - Acanthaceae Juss.
... , or without calcium oxalate crystals. The mesophyll crystals raphides (rarely), or solitary-prismatic. Main veins embedded. Minor leaf veins with phloem transfer cells (Ruellia), or without phloem transfer cells (9 genera). Stem anatomy ...
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Angiosperm Families - Aceraceae Juss.
... . Adaxial hypodermis absent. The mesophyll containing calcium oxalate crystals. The mesophyll crystals druses. Main veins vertically transcurrent. Minor leaf veins without phloem transfer cells (Acer). Stem anatomy. Stems with solid internodes. Cork cambium ...
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Drynariaceae [First Draft]
... , entire, apical pinna present. Venation highly complex, with main areoles delimited by the veins and connecting veins, filled with numerous small areoles containing excurrent and recurrent ... pinnae reduced; costae, costules and main veins prominent beneath, cross-veins and minor venation evident, much anastomosing with occasional free-included-veinlets, veins forming glandular plexuses along costa ...
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Lomariopsidaceae [First Draft]
... , pinnate; the lateral pinnae jointed to rachis. Sterile pinnae lanceolate, margin glabrous serrate; veins free or anastomosing in several series of areoles, without included free veinlets. ... , coriaceous or chartaceous, glabrescent, margin entire; the veins free, simple or forked, parallel and terminating in the cartilaginous margin, no main veins; fertile pinnae contracted, linear to linear-oblong ...
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Ginkgo.html
... the petiole, or leaf stalk, note how the veins continuously divide into two's. This vein pattern, ... main veins radiate from a common point at the base of the leaf, such as the veins of a Maple leaf; parallel, where the main veins are parallel to each other, such as the leaves of grasses; or pinnate, where the leaf has one mid-vein, and other veins ...
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Veins
Veins There are three or more veins of similar size branching out at the leaf base (Palmately veined) The main veins branch off from a single large central vein (Pinnately veined)
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Leaf Terminology (Part 1)
... Venation Leaf venation in two species of Ceanothus. C. leucodermous has glaucous leaves with three main veins from the base. This is a thorny (spiny) chaparral shrub with rigid, sharp-pointed branchlets ... on Palomar Mountain in San Diego County. C. palmeri has pale green leaves with one main vein from the base. This shrub is also common on Palomar Mountain, particularly in Doane ...
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Leaf Tatter
... .0 - 00001665 11/12/99 Leaf Tatter Symptom: Leaves have jagged, open spaces between their main veins. Cause: When spring leaf buds are expanding, a sudden frost can kill the whole bud ... of preventing frost damage. Go To Top of File        Michigan State University Extension Home Page        Main Page for this Data Base        MNLA Web Site This information is for educational purposes only ...
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Slaughtering and Butchering By Dynah Geissal Issue 23
... try to cut into the skin through the hair. Make sure you’ve severed the main veins and arteries. Any male animal that is to be used as food should have been ...
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silver maple, Acer saccharinum
... cm (3-5 in) long and usually about as wide, deeply 5-lobed with 5 main veins from base, doubly serrate, dull green and glabrous above, silvery white below, turning yellow in ...
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