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veins anastomosing

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ACROSTICHACEAE [First Draft]
... , entire at margin; fertile pinnae more or less contracted, linear to narrowly lanceolate. Veins anastomosing, visible on both surfaces, without included veinlets. Sori acrostichoid, sporangia covering the abaxial ... -oblong, entire, obtuse to acuminate at apex, chartaceous to thick-coriaceous or fleshy; veins anastomosing, without included free veinlets. Fertile pinnae borne in the apical part of the ...
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HEMIONITIDACEAE [First Draft]
... Veins anastomosing, areoles numerous, densely arranged, elongated hexagonal. Indusia absent. Sori following course of veins ...
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Angiosperm Families - Cactaceae Juss.
... without cross-venules. General anatomy. Plants with laticifers (anastomosing, e.g. in Coryphantha, Leuchtenbergia, Neomamillaria), or without laticifers (usually). Leaf anatomy. Minor leaf veins without phloem transfer cells (Opuntia, Zygocactus). Stem anatomy ...
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Angiosperm Families - Campanulaceae Juss.
... . Leaves without a persistent basal meristem. General anatomy. Plants with laticifers (articulated, anastomosing). The laticifers in leaves and in stems (especially in the phloem, often ... surfaces (commonly); anomocytic. Lamina dorsiventral to centric. Cystoliths commonly present. Minor leaf veins without phloem transfer cells (Campanula, Jasione). Stem anatomy. Secretory cavities commonly present; ...
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International Carnivous Plant Society
... of Carnivorous Plant Newsletter (1992). In that article I used the tentative, descriptive phrase "purple veins" to describe one commonly cultivated form. This form has petiolate leaves with a oval ... obviously-the yellow palate splotch is larger and surrounded by numerous anastomosing pale veins. The mauve-pink that contrasts with the pale veins is more saturated than the pink that colors the rest ...
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Orchid Glossary - The Stem, Leaf, And Their Parts
... at different heights on a stem or flower spike. Anastomosing (a-NASS-toh-moh-zing) -- Interlacing or running together as the network of veins on a leaf. Apiculate (a-PIK-yew-layt ... a leaf. Nerve (NERV) -- The small vein of a leaf. Netted (NET-ted) -- Said of veins when they form a connected network. Obcordate (ahb-KOR-dayt) -- With the heart-shaped lobes ...
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