Difference between revisions of "Incised"

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http://www.earthsongphotography.com/images/close_up_red_maple_leaves.jpg<br><br>
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"A maple leaf with many incisions"<br><br>
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Source:http://www.earthsongphotography.com

Revision as of 02:23, 10 April 2006


1. intermediate between toothed (dentate or serrate) and lobed, being a sharply inward cut leaf (the inward cuts are called incisions or incised).

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close_up_red_maple_leaves.jpg

"A maple leaf with many incisions"

Source:http://www.earthsongphotography.com