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Synonyms for cordate

(of a leaf) shaped like a heart

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Leaf blade broadly ovate or oblong-lanceolate to elliptic, 6-19 cm long; base symmetrical in sympodial leaves, obtuse to rounded, sometimes cordate in monopodial leaves; palmately veined with 3-7 veins; non ciliate and glabrous on both surfaces.
Around 36 days after sowing, reproductive activity was observed with the presence of female gametangia in about 60% of adult cordate gametophytes (Fig.
The leaves are generally characterized by acuminate apices (although they can be straight, convex, or retuse) and convex to rounded to slightly cordate bases.
The ventral valve has small triangular teeth and thin laterally divergent dental plates, which merge with the laterally arched or weakly wavy septa bordering the oval to cordate muscle field.
Date pits, Japanese-honeysuckle (Lonicera Japanica), Houttuynia cordate thunb (H.
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5% of the resistant individuals, or cordate to wedge-shaped to select 62.
that is a renate but not a cordate, or a cordate without being a renate.
A cardoon and macleaya cordate add structure and height while the serene atmosphere is reflected in a lily pond hopping with frogs.
The botanical species that we studied include: lima bean seedlings; the heavy cordate vine Aristolochia macrophylla (Dutchman's Pipe); Swedish ivy; Mimosa pudica L.
Whitten, known experimentally as DRC96-1, was selected for (i) cordate leaf base with shallow lobing and serrated margins, (ii) plant height, a gross indicator of yield (Wilson and Joyner, 1969; Higgins, 1974), (iii) resistance to powdery mildew [caused by Leveillula taurica (Lev.
Sternum cordate, longer than wide, shortly to strongly pointed between coxae 4 (Figs.