The new diagnosis also describes the shape of setae, which can be crenulated, barbulate or palmate
Probably antler was regarded as valuable material and all parts of it--beam, palmate
, tines and tine tips--were used for making artefacts (Fig.
Training example Features Class Angiosperm Phyllotaxy Shape of leaf woody vine alternate oblong & elliptical [C.sub.1] woody vine alternate cordate [C.sub.2] woody vine alternate elliptical [C.sub.3] woody Vine alternate palmate
[C.sub.4] shrub opposite palmate
& divided [C.sub.5] tree alternate ovate [C.sub.6] tree opposite elliptical [C.sub.7] tree opposite oblong & elliptical [C.sub.8] Table 2.
Leaf venation can be either netted (pinnate), parallel, or palmate
, as shown in Figure 4-14.
She was greeted by one of her favorite flowers in bloom: dark green palmate
leaves with pale blue flowers that winked under their helmets.
They have abdominal palmate
hairs and tergal plates.
Diversity of the microflora of edible macroalga (Palmaria palmate
) Food microbiology 2002;19:249-57.
I had assumed that my plant identification students, after a standard introductory leaf morphology practical session, would be able to consistently and confidently recognise and describe characters such as leaf arrangement (alternate, opposite of whorled), and leaf simple or compound (trifoliolate, palmate
, pinnate, bipinnate or tripinnate).
There are several characteristics for species identification of anopheline mosquito larvae, for instance tergal plates, palmate
hairs and mesothoracic pleural hair.
Venation pattern palmate
, convergent at apex; leaf axis reduced; midvein
I'm sure moose hunting strategy has not changed in 30-some years; it's mostly about a great amount of pleasant time just sitting on a good vantage point and looking over miles of tundra, tag alder and willow strewn terrain searching for the glint of palmate
antlers when there is sunlight or the ponderous dark hulk of an animal near seven feet tall moving through the habitat of its wonderful world.
They range in color from white to dark brown; males grow and shed palmate
antlers each year.