Definition of Palmately. Meaning of Palmately. Synonyms of Palmately

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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. Archived from the original...
- 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...
- different kinds of palms (Arecaceae) in various genera with leaves that are palmately lobed (rather than pinnately compound). Most are members of the subfamily...
- tropics, but mostly in the eastern part of the Mediterranean region. The palmately cleft leaves are broadly circular in form. The flowers have five petals...
- leaves are simple, palmately lobed with three lobes, occasionally unlobed or with five lobes, or sufficiently deeply lobed to be palmately compound with (usually)...
- especially when mature. The leaves are 4–12 cm (1 1⁄2–4 3⁄4 in) long and wide, palmately lobed with five, seven, or nine acutely pointed lobes. The flowers are...
- 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...
- 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...
- at the distanced nodes. The leaves lack sti****s, have petioles, are palmately veined, entire, more or less deeply incised, or compound, and leaflets...
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