Leaf Shapes List From Tendril To Unifoliolate




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Botanical name English name Description
T
Tendril Threadlike
L_tendril This Refers To the
Leaf shape
A curling, threadlike structure by which a twining plant, such as a grape vine grasps an object or a plant for support

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Trifoliolate 3-Palmate
L_trifoliolate This Refers To the
Compound leaf
The plant with these leaves have three leaves growing from the same point.

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Tripinnate 3-pinnate
L_tripinnate This Refers To the
Compound leaf
These compound leaves are pinnately divided three times before the leaflets (pinna) appear.

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Truncate Blunt
L_truncatelt This Refers To the
Leaf tips
The end of the leaves appear blunt or truncated.

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Truncate Blunt
L_truncateb This Refers To the
Leaf Bases
The leaf base appear to end abruptly with each side at 90 degrees to the midrib.

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U
Undulate Wavy
L_undulatem This Refers To the
Leaf edges
The edges are wavy up and down.

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Unifoliolate One Leaf
L_unifoliolate This Refers To the
Leaf
The leaf is undivided and monophyllous.

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