oblanceolate


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oblanceolate

[äb′lan·sē·ə‚lāt]
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Inversely lanceolate.
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Anderson (1980) cited Schultes, and described ruderalis as a short plant with broad, oblanceolate leaflets.
Verticils with 10-12 leaves of approximately equal length, free, straight, oblanceolate, with maximum width above the middle and tapering basally and apically; blunt, obtuse apex.
ericae can be recognized by having the following traits: (1) a sericeous dorsiventral vegetative shoot, with short internodes; (2) the larger leaf in a pair oblanceolate, adaxially green, abaxially green less often reddish with contrasting red or deep purple in the apical 1/3 or 1/5 of the foliar area, 11 veins (rarely 7-14); (3) inflorescences with two to three pedicellate flowers usually adpressed to the ventral side of the vegetative shoot, bracts lanceolate, 1-3.
7-11 cm; petioles 1-6 cm, persistent, stramineus, flattened at base; blade undivided and oblanceolate with 5-7 subapical teeth, or pinnatifid and with 2-4 dentate to incised lateral lobes on each side; cauline leaves shortly petiolate to subsessile, laciniate, not auriculate at base.
5-7 cm long; leaflets (7-) 9-13 paired, obovate to oblanceolate, 0.
5 cm, narrowly oblanceolate to linear-elliptic, basically cuneate, apically narrowly acute; costal scales 2-5 x 0.
The handsome ginseng, a slow-maturing deciduous perennial herb with leaves oblanceolate or lanceolate, has been heralded as an energy and sex enhancer, stress reducer, disease fighter and aging abater.
Leaves Leaflet form (i) narrow oblanceolate, (ii) oblanceolate, (iii) obovate, (iv) round, and (v) obcordate.
The woody, often branched caudex - a shortened, mostly underground stem - bears densely packed rosettes of nearly vertical, narrow oblanceolate leaves, such that the aboveground morphology resembles a clump of grass.
1 mm; leaflets 5 pairs, papyraceous, abaxial face pubescent, adaxial face glabrous, the distal 15-32 x 7-16 mm, the proximal 10-19 x 6-13 mm, oblanceolate to obovate, venation brochidodromous, nervures 5-7 pairs, apex emarginated, base oblique-obtuse, margin plane, glabrous.
6-1 cm long, densely reddish-pilose (79-celled trichomes), blade asymmetrical, narrowly oblanceolate to falcate, 19.