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pinnate pinnatifid

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Angiosperm Families - Aceraceae Juss.
... ; 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 ...
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Angiosperm Families - Araliaceae Juss.
... compound; peltate (sometimes), or not peltate; when compound, ternate, or pinnate, or palmate. Lamina when simple, dissected (usually), or entire; pinnatifid, or palmatifid; pinnately veined, or palmately veined. Leaves stipulate, or exstipulate ...
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Athyriaceae [First Draft]
... Medium- to small-sized plants, summer-green; rhizomes slender, creeping or ascending; laminae pinnate-pinnatifid to 3-(4-)pinnate-pinnatifid; veins free; sori small, round, dorsal on the veins; indusia ovato-lanceolate ... 4--5(--8) cm broad, shortly acuminate at apex, usually 2-pinnate to 2-pinnate-pinnatifid, occasionally pinnate or 3-pinnate; pinnae 12--15 pairs, ascendant, the basal 1--2 pairs a ...
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Dicksoniaceae [First Draft]
... rhizomes, covered with a mass of long hairs. Frond large, 2-3-pinnate-pinnatifid; veins forked or pinnate, free, ending near the margin. Sori marginal or submarginal, terminal on ... forming a line on each side; adaxial face of petiole flattened; laminae 2-pinnate + pinnatifid to 3-pinnate + pinnatifid, monomorphic or dimorphic, firm, often glaucous beneath, glabrous when mature or persistently ...
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The Cycad Pages
... Habit: dioecious palm like shrubs with aerial or subterranean, pachycaul, cylindrical stems. Leaves: pinnate or rarely bipinnate, spirally arranged, produced in seasonal growth flushes interspersed with ... on the stipe and directed obliquely outwards (`ascending'). Megasporophyll apically dilated into a pinnatifid, pectinate, toothed or entire lamina in the distal zone beyond the ovule-bearing ...
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The Cycad Pages
... Habit: dioecious palm like shrubs with aerial or subterranean, pachycaul, cylindrical stems. Leaves: pinnate, spirally arranged, produced in seasonal growth flushes interspersed with cataphylls, lower leaflets ... on the stipe and directed obliquely outwards (`ascending'). Megasporophyll apically dilated into a pinnatifid, pectinate, toothed or entire lamina in the distal zone beyond the ovule-bearing ...
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... divisions or leaflets of a divided leaf or frond, such as in ferns and palms. PINNATE: Resembling a feather in structure with the parts arranged on both sides of an axis ... midrib. PINNATIFID: Cut or sectioned to form a feather shape, as the fronds of many ferns. PINNATION: The state or condition of being pinnate. PINNATISECT: Cut to the midrib in a pinnate manner ...
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Hardy Ferns:
... 4' Deciduous/Evergreen: Deciduous Fronds: Arching, golden-green fronds that tilt backward; large oblong triangular, pinnate-pinnatifid blade; quickly tapers at the tip and slightly narrowing at base; 7 to 8 flattened ...
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Cyclamen - Cystopteris -- Plant Delights Nursery Catalog Page 28
... gland-tipped hairs covering the rachis. I forgot to mention that the proximal pinnae are pinnate-pinnatifid to pinnatifid, and the equilateral, basiscopic pinnules are not enlarged and of course, the indusia have ...
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San Diego Fern Society Fern Catalog
... A: Entire, lobed, other not class B, C, or D Class B: pinnate, pinnatifid Class C: Bi-pinnate/pinnatifid Class D: Multi-pinnate/pinnatifid Division numbers specify the fern's size and manner of growth. ... Until recently known as Athyrium japonicum or Lunathyrium japonicum. This is an airy fern with pinnate-pinnatifid fronds to about 2 ft. long which are distinguished by having both rachis and ...
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