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Leaves opposite, rarely verticillate or alternate, composite, 2-3-foliolate, ternate, pinnate, bipinnate or digitate, rarely simple, entire, crenate or serrate, venation pinnatinerved to palmatinerved; in lianas terminal leaflet can be substituted by tendril (simple, bifid, trifid or multifid).
In relation to leaf organization, 62% of the species included in the study had simple leaves, 28% pinnate leaves and 10% bipinnate leaves.
The ordination pattern along this axis clearly segregated all spider species and small-leaved bipinnate plants from broad-leaved plant species (Fig.
Fronds bipinnate, fertile pinnae and sterile pinnae isomorphic 2.
The first form, the normal leaf, consists of true leaves that are bipinnate or occasionally tripinnate.
I had assumed that my plant identification students, after a standard introductory leaf morphology practical session, would be able to consistently and confidently recognise and describe characters such as leaf arrangement (alternate, opposite of whorled), and leaf simple or compound (trifoliolate, palmate, pinnate, bipinnate or tripinnate).
However, several fragments of bipinnate fronds from the Rabejac Formation may be attributed to A.
LEAF DESCRIPTION: COMPOUND, bipinnate or tripinnate (thrice divided), three leaflets per division.
The Acacia species from the Australian savannah that are common in temperate gardens may have glaucous (pale, waxy-looking) bipinnate leaves (A.
The scaling relation between maximum force and a linear claw dimension might possibly be influenced by the bipinnate arrangement of muscles in crustacean limbs (Warner and Jones, 1976), but we believe this is unlikely.
For Larrea, a sample consisted of a single apical branch segment with [approximately]20-40 leaves; for Prosopis, the sample was a single bipinnate compound leaf (20-40 leaflets).
Inflorescence bipinnate to inconspicuously tripinnate at base, cylindrical, erect, 13-21 (-30) cm long, fascicles subdensely (toward the base) to densely (near the apex) arranged, 1-3 cm apart, bearing 3 to 5 fascicles densely aggregated at extreme apex, rachis 0.
Distinguishing features: The bipinnate leaves immediately
Suggestions are offered as to how the many foliar forms fit into the bipinnate frond of Laveine and Brousmiche (1982).