Definition of Trinerve. Meaning of Trinerve. Synonyms of Trinerve

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Definition of Trinerve

Trinerve
Trinerve Tri"nerve`, Trinerved Tri"nerved`, a. [Pref. tri- + nerve.] (Bot.) Same as Trinervate.

Meaning of Trinerve from wikipedia

- lingii W.P.Fang Acer subtrilobum (K.Koch) Koidz. Acer trifidum Hook. & Arn. 1833 not Thunb. 1784 Acer trinerve Siesmayer Acer ningpoense (Hance) W.P.Fang...
- Alsinidendron trinerve, also called three nerved alsinidendron, is a species of flowering plant in the family Caryophyllaceae, that is endemic to island...
- tricarinatum Anthurium tridigitatum Anthurium x trilobum hort. Anthurium trinerve Anthurium trinervium Anthurium triphyllum Anthurium trisectum Anthurium...
- particularly higher order veins Submarginal Veins running close to leaf margin Trinerved 2 major basal nerves besides the midrib The terms megaphyll, macrophyll...
- Timor Gymnema t****lii – Laos Gymnema tricholepis – New Guinea Gymnema trinerveAustralia Gymnema uncarioidesLuzon I Gymnema yunnanense – Guangxi...
- Callianthe Species: C. darwinii Binomial name Callianthe darwinii (Hook.f.) Donnell Synonyms Abutilon darwinii Hook.f. Abutilon darwinii var. trinerve Regel...
- described in 1856 by Carl Ludwig Blume who gave it the name Mitopetalum trinerve and published the description in Museum Botani**** Lugduno-Batavum sive...
- having three parts in each whorl. See also tetramerous and pentamerous. trinerved Having three nerves or veins. triplinerved (of leaves) Having three main...
- lychnoides (Hillebr.) Sherff Alsinidendron obovatum Sherff Alsinidendron trinerve H.Mann Alsinidendron verticillatum (F.Br.) Sherff Alsinidendron viscosum...
- entire, but often display heavier serration. Some leaves may display trinerved venation rather than the pinnate venation usual across Asteraceae. The...
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