Having leaflets growing in pairs on paired petioles
referring to the gill, branching twice from the central axis of the gill.
A twice compound leaf,.
foliage that are made up of various segments, which are also divided into segments.
Where the primary leaflets are divided into two - or secondary leaflets
A pinnate compound leaf whose leaflets, in turn, are stems that have pinnate leaflets.
Twice compound with the leaflets along each side of a common axis. The leaflets are further divided into pinnules.
of a leaf shape; having doubly pinnate leaflets (as ferns)
refering to a leaf: doubly pinnately compound, the leaf being pinnately divided into pinnae which are divided themselves into leaflets. The leaves of Jacaranda mimosifolia are bipinnate.
Doubly pinnate, as of a leaf consisting of a central axis and lateral axes to which leaflets are attached.
pinnately divided leaf in which the leaflets are again pinnately divided (honey locust)
compound leaves, where the leaflets attached to the central stem bear leaflets themselves, as in many ferns, eg tree ferns
Pinnae divided into distinctly separate pinnules.
twice pinnately compound.
Refers to leaves that are doubly pinnate-that is, divided into segments that themselves have segments. See also pinnate.
leaf formed of several leaflets set on either side of the petiole
Pinnate, with pinnate leaflets.
Leaves with two orders of branching, the first branches being pinnate, usually with small leaflets Parent Term: Bi-tripinnate Difficulty Level: Show examples
twice pinnately divided.
double pinnate leaf.
a leaf in which the primary divisions are themselves pinnate, bracts : leaf like/scale structures.
Describing a pinnate leaf in which the leaflets themselves are further subdivided in a pinnate fashion.
Double pinnate; see Pinnate.
When the leaflets of a compound leaf are themselves divided.