Definition of Palmately. Meaning of Palmately. Synonyms of Palmately

Here you will find one or more explanations in English for the word Palmately. Also in the bottom left of the page several parts of wikipedia pages related to the word Palmately and, of course, Palmately synonyms and on the right images related to the word Palmately.

Definition of Palmately

Palmately
Palmately Pal"mate*ly, adv. In a palmate manner.

Meaning of Palmately from wikipedia

- finger-like leaflets. Mucronate, Answers.com, from Roget's Thesaurus. "palmate (adj. palmately)". GardenWeb Glossary of Botanical Terms. "Leaf description glossary"...
- of a compound leaf or a frond, when it is present, is called a rachis. Palmately compound Leaves have the leaflets radiating from the end of the petiole...
- The palmate newt (Lissotriton helveticus) is a species of newt found in most of Western Europe, including Great Britain. It is protected by law in all...
- smooth newts living by the Tate Modern, and common frogs, common toads, palmate newts and great crested newts. On the other hand, native reptiles such...
- different kinds of palms (Arecaceae) in various genera with leaves that are palmately lobed (rather than pinnately compound). Most are members of the subfamily...
- leaves are simple, palmately lobed with three lobes, occasionally unlobed or with five lobes, or sufficiently deeply lobed to be palmately compound with (usually)...
- main cl****es of compound leaf morphology are palmate and pinnate. For example, a hemp plant has palmate compound leaves, whereas some species of Acacia...
- but mostly in the eastern part of the Mediterranean region. The long, palmately cleft leaves are broadly circular in form. The flowers have five petals...
- Palmitic acid, or hexadecanoic acid in IUPAC nomenclature, is the most common saturated fatty acid found in animals, plants and microorganisms. Its chemical...
- hibiscus. The leaves are 10–20 centimetres (3.9–7.9 in) long and broad, palmately lobed with 5–7 lobes. The flowers are 4–8 centimetres (1.6–3.1 in) in...
Loading...