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Department of Botany
... Department of Botany Image Preview Description Image Preview Description Palmately Compound Leaf Pinnately Compound Leaf Bean Seedling Illustrations for Terms Lessons Up one directory. Main Page Suggestions? Comments? Last ...
botit.botany.wisc.edu

trelec
... Oaks, Ashes. All have woody stems. Characteristics of Magnoliophyta leaves are simple or compound, fruit requires double-fertilzation, woody dicots have both trachea and tracheids in ... rib, lateral vein. Pinnately Compound Leaf A pinnately compound leaf of White Ash showing the: terminal leaflet, rachis, petiolule, petiole. Bi-pinnately Compound Leaf of Honey-locust. Palmately Compound Leaf of Horse- ...
gaia.flemingc.on.ca

Adiantaceae [First Draft]
... ---------------19. A. diaphanum   2b. Fronds flabellate, palmate, 1-3 dichotomous branched or 2-4 pinnately compound.      15a. Fronds 1-3 palmate dichotomous branched.     ... and stalks, glabrous on pinnal surfaces and indusia-----------------------------------17. A. flabellulatum 15b. Fronds 2-4 pinnately branced.     19a. Pinnules covered with loose deep-brown appressed neddle-like long ...
hua.huh.harvard.edu

Native Plants of Ohio, Bulletin 865, Very Tall Plants (more than 6') (All plants are perennial unless otherwise noted in "features.")
... cluster of 2/3" flowers. Early-blooming aster. *(bf) Leguminous plant with 6-8" long pinnately compound leaves and clusters of small (3/4") yellow flowers. Does well in clay or moist ...
ohioline.osu.edu

Growing Wisteria, HYG-1246-94
... is not particularly ornamental. The plant climbs by means of twining stems and has alternate, pinnately compound leaves. Older, established plants may have a twisted, woody trunk several inches in diameter. Plants ...
ohioline.osu.edu
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FPHG -
... range from Nova Scotia to Minnesota and south to Florida and Texas. The leaves are pinnately compound, with five to eleven leaflets averaging 5 inches in length and having finely serrate margins ...
ssfruit.cas.psu.edu

Trees of Reed: Walnuts
... and is highly prized for its beauty. The tree is coarse branched, with bold pungent, pinnately compound foliage that turns a clear light yellow in fall. Maps: 11, 28 Juglans regia English ...
web.reed.edu

Identify by Leaf
... Identify by Leaf Compound Leaves select the image that best matches your sample On palmately compound leaves, the leaflets grow from the end of the stalk On pinnately compound leaves, the leaflets grow from ...
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Identify the Ash
... 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 clusters. ash ...
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Identify the Walnut
... Juglandaceae Watson/Dallwitz Description by Individual Walnut Species black walnut butternut Leaves: mostly alternate, odd pinnately compound , toothed. Fruit: hard-shelled nut. ash | beech | basswood | birch | black cherry | black walnut/butternut | cottonwood ...
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