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- apply to "caudate", "cuspidate", and "mucronate", or to "crenate", "dentate", and "serrate". Another problem is to establish definitions that meet all cases...
- Leaflets obovate-oblong to oblong-cuneate, thinly coriaceous, co****ly serrate-dentate. Flowers usually uni****ual; inflorescences are compound umbels with...
- spiral configuration. The laminas are pinnately veined and can be serrate, dentate or entire at the margin. Domatia are observed in certain taxa. The...
- Crenata Wavy-toothed; dentate with rounded teeth Dentate Dentata Toothed May be co****ly dentate, having large teeth or glandular dentate, having teeth which...
- apex, decurrent into the petiole; the margins irregularly serrate - dentate to crenate–dentate. The lax terminal inflorescences are paniculate, 4–20 cm...
- arrangement and temperate members are usually deciduous. Most members have serrate or dentate leaf margins, and those that have such toothed margins all exhibit...
- sp****ly pubescent above, brown tomentose beneath; the margins serrate - dentate to crenate - dentate. The narrow yellow inflorescences are axillary and ****ate...
- rounded-truncate with the lamina slightly decurrent on petiole. Leaf margin serrate-dentate. Upper surface of the leaves glandular-pubescent while the lower surface...
- lanceolate; 7–22 cm (2.8–8.7 in) long, 2.5–7 cm (0.98–2.76 in) wide; with serrate or dentate margin. The flowers are small and white, arranged in thyrses. The...
- cuneate to truncate at the base; the margins irregularly serrate - dentate to repand - dentate to entire. The yellow to orange inflorescences comprise...
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