Definition of Petiolate. Meaning of Petiolate. Synonyms of Petiolate

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Definition of Petiolate

Petiolate
Petiolate Pet"i*o*late, Petiolated Pet"i*o*la`ted, a. (Bot. & Zo["o]l.) Having a stalk or petiole; as, a petioleate leaf; the petiolated abdomen of certain Hymenoptera.

Meaning of Petiolate from wikipedia

- Petiole may refer to: Petiole (botany), the stalk of a leaf, attaching the blade to the stem Petiole (insect anatomy), the narrow waist of some hymenopteran...
- needed] The petiole is a stalk that attaches a leaf to the plant stem. In petiolate leaves, the leaf stalk (petiole) may be long, as in the leaves of celery...
- cuneate. Pseudopetiole green, caniculate when short petiolate, furrowed on the upper side when long petiolate, gradually extend into a short sheathing base...
- wild plants, but is usually unbranched in domesticated cultivars. The petiolate leaves are dentate and often sticky. The lower leaves are opposite, ovate...
- hairs. Rs usually long ; Sc ends far from base of Rs ; cell 4 always petiolate ; body colour usually grey, brown or dull yellow, rarely black ; praescutal...
- arched, flexible and glabrous. The leaves are alternate, simple, little petiolate, with 2–6 cm long green lanceolate, elliptical-rhomboidal or slightly...
- cylindrical and branched. The leaf is simple, with alternate phyllotaxy and is petiolate. The leaf shape is ovate, the tip is acute and margin is serrated. Venation...
- with reddish lines along the petals' length. Leaves are reniform and petiolate with an average diameter of 5 to 8 cm. In the 16th century, Pelargonium...
- lanceolate to obovate, up to 8.5 cm long, 2.6 cm wide and up to 10 cm long petiolate. Blade thin and slightly transparent, with a narrowing or decurrent base...
- gray-green leaves, borne on stems up to 24 in (60 cm) tall. They are petiolate at the bottom of the flower stem and sessile at the top. Flowerbuds are...
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