||Having two teeth or tooth like parts.
||A blade is a narrow, flat leaf.
||Having a dull edge or end; not sharp.
||A secondary root or limb growing from the trunk or main root
of a tree or shrub or from another secondary limb
||Sharply pointed; converging edges making an angle of less
||A transverse vein that connects adjacent longitudinal veins
in the wing of an insect
||The flower is the reproductive unit of angiosperms. Flowers
usually have carpels, petals, sepals, and stamens.
||That structure which bears the seeds
||The lamina is the blade of a leaf
||Lanceolate leaves are shaped like a lance; they have a broad
base and taper to a point
||With minute teeth on margin of leaf.
||Row of cells borne on the surface of an organ
||Lateral means of, near, or from the side of an organism.
||The edge, as in the edge of a leaf blade.
||Shaped like a section through the long axis of an egg and
attached by the wider end.
||A leaf with longitudinal striate venation has its veins
arranged almost parallel to one another, running the length of the leaf
||Planar, shaped like a flattened circle, symmetrical about
both the long and the short axis; about twice as long as broad, tapering
equally both to the tip and the base; oval.
||Broad and rounded at the base and tapering toward the end.
||Having an end coming to a point or sharp.
||Pollen is the male reproductive cell of flowering plants and
cone bearing plants. Pollen grains are produced in the anther of a flower.
||Pollination is the transfer of pollen from the anther to the
||A vegetative structure that can become detached from a plant
and give rise to a new plant, e.g. a bud, sucker, or spore
||A perennial underground stem usually growing horizontally.
||A unit of a plant's axial system which is usually
underground, does not bear leaves, tends to grow downwards, and is typically
derived from the radicle of the embryo.
||Shaped into the form of a circle or sphere; made round.
||The seed is the reproductive unit of some plants
||A young plant, especially one raised from seed and not from a
||Having a minutely serrate margin, as in a leaflet of the
|Sheathed leaf base
||The leaf base when it forms a vertical coating surrounding
the stem (a tubular or rolled part of an organ, e.g. the lower part of the
leaf in most grasses.)
||Curved like shape
||A large sheathing bract enclosing the flower cluster of
certain plants, especially the spadix of arums and palms
||The stigma is part of the pistil, the female reproductive
tissue of a flower. The stigma receives the male pollen grains during
||The form of a tube or cylinder.
||Germinating while still on the plant, as certain bulbs and
transformations of floral tissues