5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Leaf scar
- a What is left on the twig where the petiole or base of the leaf was. A corky layer that seals off the living tissues beneath.
- b round, with the stem attached near the center of the lower surface rather than the margin.
- c A sharp, pointed, woody branch.
- d A rough rasp-like surface; short straight hairs;
- e A cluster of vascular tissue in leaves
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- leaflets occur in a linear sequence lined up along both sides of a central axis.
- attached directly by the base.
- The leaf edge
- a pair of leaf like appendages at the base of the petiole
- A band of closely grouped scars encircling the twig like so many rings. Marks the position of the terminal bud of a previous year.
5 True/False Questions
simple leaf → A blade consisting of one piece with buds at the axils, there are no terminal buds at the end and they do not occur on the same plane like leafettes.
hispid → having stiff coarse hairs or bristles
Internode → The portion of the stem between two successive nodes.
Vascular bundle scars → A band of closely grouped scars encircling the twig like so many rings. Marks the position of the terminal bud of a previous year.
Petiole → (Leaf Surface Features) Scattered, long, soft, flexible, nearly straight hairs;