Definition of Tripinnate. Meaning of Tripinnate. Synonyms of Tripinnate

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Definition of Tripinnate

Tripinnate
Tripinnate Tri*pin"nate, a. [Pref. tri- + pinnate.] (Bot.) Having bipinnate leaflets arranged on each side of a rhachis.

Meaning of Tripinnate from wikipedia

- of bipinnate or tripinnate leaves. Others also or alternatively apply it to second or third order divisions of a bipinnate or tripinnate leaf. It is the...
- rarely annual plants. In the first year, they form a rosette of pinnate to tripinnate leaves and a tap root used as a food store over the winter. In the second...
- species is Ruta graveolens (rue or common rue). The leaves are bipinnate or tripinnate, with a feathery appearance, and green to strongly glaucous blue-green...
- With three leaflets trifoliate trifoliatus trifoliolate trifoliolatus tripinnate tripinnatus Pinnately compound in which each leaflet is itself bipinnate...
- 1–4 m tall, with stout, hollow, somewhat succulent stems. The leaves are tripinnate or even more finely divided, with a stout basal sheath clasping the stem...
- height. The leaves are of a dark green pigment, glossy in texture, and are tripinnate and appear divided. Individual leaves vary from narrowly ovate to lanceolate...
- Caribbean. This species is a shrub or tree up to 20 meters tall with tripinnate leaves and umbels of flowers. Aralia excelsa. Flora of Nicaragua. Tropicos:...
- The trunk of this plant is erect and 1–4 m tall. Fronds may be bi- or tripinnate and 1–2 m in length. The rachis is smooth, while the stipe is dark and...
- of about 3000 m. The trunk is erect and 2–3 m tall. Fronds are bi- or tripinnate and usually 1–2 m long. Characteristically of this species, they occur...
- can be distinguished by the red and white hairs on its new fronds. The tripinnate fronds of Alsophila glaucifolia in Réunion. "Alsophila borbonica (Desv...