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venation pattern

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Bolbitidaceae [First Draft]
... , apex always with bulbils, margins crenate to deeply lobed, with or without teeth or spines, venation pattern: veins either free or variously anastomosed, with or without included free veins. Fertile leaves of ... to acuminate, the two lowermost pinnae up to 1.5 mm stalked, terminal segment triangular; venation pattern: veins very irregular, forming a costal areole at least in part of the pinnae of ...
hua.huh.harvard.edu

"Ivy of the Year" 2002
... in the petiole which causes some constriction of the leaf base which produceds the unusual venation pattern. 'Teardrop' is self-branching and easy to grow in pot or basket. On occasion you ...
www.ivy.org

Pteridosperms
... under pteridophylla. Form-genera are defined on the basis of pinnule outline and venation pattern. Most Carboniferous fern-like foliage appears to be seed fern foliage. Common foliage ... including fronds with pinnules having a neuropterid shape but differing in having a reticulate venation pattern Reticulopteris Collection Jens-Wilhelm Janzen Cyclopteris is a form-genus for large circular pinnules ...
www.uni-muenster.de

Ginkgo.html
... closely at the vein pattern of the leaves. Starting at the petiole, or leaf stalk, note how the veins continuously divide into two's. This vein pattern, called dichotomous venation, is unique to ...
scidiv.bcc.ctc.edu

Stem & Root Anatomy
... parts in 3's or multiple of 3's; one cotyledon inside seed; parallel leaf venation; includes Lilium, Amaryllis, Iris, Agave, Yucca, orchids, duckweeds, annual grasses, bamboos and palms. Class ... palm (Washingtonia filifera) showing scattered vascular bundles that appear like dark brown dots. The dot pattern also shows up in the petrified Washingtonia palm (left). The pores in the petrified ...
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Arboretum Images 6
... . Leaves from four large fig trees in the Palomar College Arboretum. They have the typical venation and shape of Ficus mysorensis, including an bruptly acuminate apex. They do not match the ... of the Indian banyan (F. bengalensis) typically have a blunt apex and a different vein pattern. Strangler Figs and Banyans Bark Cloth From Paper Mulberry Myrtle Family (Myrtaceae) Eucalyptus caesia-grandum ...
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Botany online - PUBLIC DOMAIN - G. Mendel: Experiments in Plant Hybridization
... color of the unripe pod, of the stalk, of the calyx, and of the leaf venation, the umbel-like form of the inflorescence, and the dwarfed stem, all reappear in the ... 16 of these only 4 yielded ripe seed. Three of these had a similar seed pattern to Ph. multiflorus, but with a more or less pale ground color; the fourth plant ...
www.biologie.uni-hamburg.de

International Carnivous Plant Society
... coloration of yellow gold and numerous areolae and bright red venation throughout. Most striking is the elongated, flattened, and somewhat downwards ... green with some red venation. The upper two-thirds of the leaf exhibit deep red color throughout, and venation that tends ... December 2000. The cultivar name notes the nice coloration and pattern of the mature plants, late in the season. JOHN HUMMER ...
www.carnivorousplants.org

International Carnivous Plant Society
... ampullaria) x Nepenthes mirabilis). It is distinguished by its yellow variegated foliage. The pattern of variegation appears mostly as longitudinal stripes centered along the leaf-blade midrib ( ... (seed parent) and Utricularia 'Mrs. Marsh'. Interestingly, Utricularia 'Asenath Waite' has prominent purple leaf venation absent in both its parents. The flowers of this new cultivar are distinctive. ...
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VT Forestry I.D. Cards - hackberry
... dogwood Cornaceae Cornus kousa Leaf:Opposite, simple, oval to ovate with an entire margin, arcuate venation, 2 1/2 to 4 inches long, 2 to 2 1/2 inches wide, shiny ... smooth and light brown, later exfoliating into small patches forming a tan and brown camouflage pattern. Form:Typically multiple stems, wide branching reaching a height of 30 feet. Notes: VT Forestry ...
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