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Science Leaf Test B

Leaf taxonomy

What does a simple leaf have? One Petiole and one blade
What does a compound leaf have? two or more parts like a blade (leaflets).
Describe and name the three types of arrangements on a stem for a simple leaf. Opposite--, alternate _-_, and simple whorled (_-).
Describe and name the three types of compound leaf arrangements on a stem. Pinnately compound --, and Palmately compound _-_-.
Name the three types of venation and draw them. Pinnate for venation, parallel for venation, palmate for venation.
Name the different types of margins that we've discussed and draw them. Entire, serrate, dentate, crenate, and lobed.
Name and draw the different types of apexes. acuminate, acute, obtuse, and truncate
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