serrulate


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serrulate

[′ser·ə·lət]
(biology)
Finely serrate.
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5 mm, dull pale brown, erose-denticulate; laminae lanceolate, 1-pinnate with a gradually reduced apex and an elongate apical segment; pinnae 21-28 pairs, to 9 cm x 11 mm, oriented 90[degrees] to the rachis, the longest pinnae the 2nd or 3rd pair from the laminar base, proximal pinnae 80-90% the length of the longest pinnae, pinnae petiolulate (1-2 mm), falcate, bases cordate, apices acuminate, margins narrowly hyaline, serrulate, revolute; rachises redbrown to stramineous, grooved, densely scaly, scales of two types, one 1-3 x 0.
85% as long as the longest ones, pinnae petiolulate (1-3 mm), falcate, apices long-acuminate, margins hyaline, serrulate, slightly revolute; aerophores tuberculiform; rachises adaxially dull brown, grooved, glabrous, abaxially dark reddish brown to atropurpureous, densely scaly, scales 1-3 x 0.
Leaves alternate; petiolate; blades ovate, elliptic to linear-elliptic, pinnately to three-veined, margin entire, serrulate to strongly dentate-spinose, subglabrous to glabrous above, densely tomentose beneath.
Leaves alternate; sessile; blades oblong to linear-elliptic, margin entire to serrulate, three-veined, glabrous to pubescent.
Leaves' alternate, sometimes rosulate; sessile to subsessile, subtending; blades ovate to oblanceolate, margin serrulate to entire, tomentose especially beneath.
margins serrulate in upper third, the median ones 5-10 cm long, 3-6 cm
Leaves evergreen, alternate and spiral, decussate, or whorled, ericoid or non-ericoid, entire to serrulate, convolute or revolute in bud.
Leaves alternate, glabrous, entire or serrulate, 1 to several longitudinal veins having abaxial fiber cap contacting neither epidermis.