Difference between revisions of "Rachis"

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2. portion of pinnate leaf to which leaflets are attached<br>
 
2. portion of pinnate leaf to which leaflets are attached<br>
  
http://hcs.osu.edu/images/cd0238/202/cd0238-83.jpeg<br>
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http://hcs.osu.edu/images/cd0238/202/cd0238-83.jpeg<br><br>
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http://hcs.osu.edu/images/cd0237/202/cd0237-25.jpeg<br><br>
  
 
http://www.imagedeliverysystems.com/hyperbooks/Wetland%20Science%20Institute/page%20elements/glossaryILL/rachis.JPG<br>
 
http://www.imagedeliverysystems.com/hyperbooks/Wetland%20Science%20Institute/page%20elements/glossaryILL/rachis.JPG<br>
 
The Rachis is clearly shown in this drawing.<br>
 
The Rachis is clearly shown in this drawing.<br>
 
Source:http://www.imagedeliverysystems.com/hyperbooks/Wetland%20Science%20Institute/glossary_q_z.html<br>
 
Source:http://www.imagedeliverysystems.com/hyperbooks/Wetland%20Science%20Institute/glossary_q_z.html<br>

Revision as of 12:09, 12 October 2005


1. the stem or petiole-like central axis of a pinnately compound leaf, connecting the petiolules to the petiole

2. portion of pinnate leaf to which leaflets are attached

cd0238-83.jpeg

cd0237-25.jpeg

rachis.JPG
The Rachis is clearly shown in this drawing.
Source:http://www.imagedeliverysystems.com/hyperbooks/Wetland%20Science%20Institute/glossary_q_z.html