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page

leaf through something

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turn over a new leaf

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to look through reading matter casually

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(Thepsamran et al., 2008) demonstrated shoot regeneration from various types of explants from apical shoots, nodes, axillary bud-derived shoots, petioles and leaf explants on MS medium supplemented with different concentrations of BA alone or in combination with IBA.
Leaves odd pinnate, petioles 3-8 cm long; leaflets 5-9 paired, elliptic to obovate, 2-4 cm long, pubescent both surfaces with subappressed hairs; stipules setaceous, to 1 cm long, persistent.
Sm.; Petioled Willow, Meadow Willow; Wet roadside ditch; Rare; C = 6; BSUH 14876.
The individual plants have petioled, coriacious, variously ovate leaves and produce peduncled inflorescences, consisting of a spathe and a spadix.
Salix (near to petiolaris, petioled willow), very common in Umbazookskus meadows.
The leaves, spirally arranged, lack stipules and are shortly petioled (to 5 mm long); the leaf blade is narrowly obovate, 1011 x 2.7-3.4 cm, glabrous on both sides, with minute but numerous round glands visible especially on the abaxial surface; the base is cuneate and decurrent almost to the proximal end of the petiole; the pinnate venation is formed by a midvein that is impressed above and prominulous below, and by 8-11 pairs of secondary veins; the tertiary veins are inconspicuous and obscurely reticulate.