obovate


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obovate

[′äb·ə‚vāt]
(biology)
Inversely ovate.
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Leaves were small, with 5-9 leaflets, and narrowly obovate in shape.
petiole 7-23 mm long, smaller than the rachis; 1 extrafloral nectary, green-vinaceous, sessile, pyramidal, 1-3 mm long, located on the rachis, between the proximal pair of leaflets; rachis 13-15 mm long; leaflets discolorous, 2 pairs, semisucculent, adaxial surface pilose, abaxial surface tomentose, obovate to elliptic, 21-88 X 9-41 mm, apex rounded, base assimetric, venation penninervous, midrib excentric.
The glabrescent abaxial leaf surface and the progressively obovate leaf towards the apex, as well as the number of rectilinear and protruding nerves (>11) are the main features allowing us to ally this taxon with the canadensis group of Quercus.
Leaves odd pinnate, petioles 3-8 cm long; leaflets 5-9 paired, elliptic to obovate, 2-4 cm long, pubescent both surfaces with subappressed hairs; stipules setaceous, to 1 cm long, persistent.
081064' CC at TIM 195040 breeding line 'Costanero' CC at TAC 187018 breeding line 'Yarada' CC at TAC 187018 breeding line Benito' CC at HCO 420244 land race 'Lucuma' CC at HCO 420246 land race Storage root Cultivar Name origin Form Flesh color Wagabolige Africa obovate cream ARB535 Peru round elliptic dark yellow ARB-UNAP74 Peru elliptic white Jewel USA long elliptic orange JPKY16.
48) well preserved, lacking bristles, obovate in long section ending in a retrorsed cylindrical style, three-angled/triangular in cross-section (Fig.
prolifera obovata with blades "oval to obovate, 15-25 mm.
Unique Characteristics: Leaf is obovate and semiglossy; durability is an asset.
Each corolla lobe has a prominent, elliptic to obovate, green gland toward the base.