Difference between revisions of "Ovate"

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1. widest below the middle of the leaf.<br><br>
 
1. widest below the middle of the leaf.<br><br>
  
http://hcs.osu.edu/images/cd0237/202/cd0237-32.jpeg<br><br>
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http://hvp.osu.edu/images/cd0237/202/cd0237-32.jpeg<br><br>
http://hcs.osu.edu/hort/biology/Lab/ovate.gif<br><br>
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http://hvp.osu.edu/hort/biology/Lab/ovate.gif<br><br>
http://vicenza.anisn.it/aggiorn/Alberidv/24-10-02/faggfogl.jpg <br><br>
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http://hvp.osu.edu/hcs300/glossary/jpeg/ovate.JPG<br><br>
This is an example of an ovate leaf.<br>
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Comparison of leaf shapes.<br>
Source: http://vicenza.anisn.it/aggiorn/Alberidv/24-10-02/<br><br>
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Source: http://hvp.osu.edu/hcs300/glossary/LFSHAPE.HTM<br><br>

Latest revision as of 18:22, 3 October 2017


1. widest below the middle of the leaf.

cd0237-32.jpeg

ovate.gif

ovate.JPG

Comparison of leaf shapes.
Source: http://hvp.osu.edu/hcs300/glossary/LFSHAPE.HTM