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Tapering to a long, sharp point.
Tapering to a sharp point.
Leaves placed singly at different heights along a stem.
Flat part of the leaf.
Modified leaf below a flower or branch of flowers.
Many fine, stiff hairs.
A flexible, scaly cluster of unisexed flowers.
Leaf made up of several leaflets.
Leaves that are longer than they are wide, tapering at the tip and base to an acute point.
Narrow, long leaves, broad at the base and tapering to a point at the tip.
Blade of a compound leaf attached to a common leaf stem.
Long and narrow leaves with parallel margins.
A particular type of leaf in which the blade is prominently indented.
Edge of the leaf blade, described as smooth, wavy, or serrated (toothed).
The place on the stem where the leaf originates.
Leaves that are longer than they are wide, rounded at the base and the tip.
Egg shaped leaves, broadest near the tip.
Two leaves originating at the same point on opposite sides along a stem.
Egg shaped leaves, usually tapered at the tip and leaf base.
Egg shaped leaves, broadest at the base.
Leaf stem; attaches to node and base of leaf.
Sharp, thick spines attached on twigs and stems.
A clear, tubular envelope at the base of a leaf.
Single bladed leaf.
Prominent lines on the leaf blade.
Three or more leaves or leaflets originating from the same node.
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