Definition of Venation. Meaning of Venation. Synonyms of Venation

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Definition of Venation

Venation
Venation Ve*na"tion, n. [L. vena a vein.] The arrangement or system of veins, as in the wing of an insect, or in the leaves of a plant. See Illust. in Appendix.
Venation
Venation Ve*na"tion, n. [L. venatio, fr. venari, p. p. venatus, to hunt. See Venison.] The act or art of hunting, or the state of being hunted. [Obs.] --Sir T. Browne.

Meaning of Venation from wikipedia

- different shapes, sizes and textures. The broad, flat leaves with complex venation of flowering plants are known as megaphylls and the species that bear them...
- Venation may refer to: Venation (botany), a leaf characteristic Insect wing#Venation...
- Trichoptera are highly modified macrotrichia. In some very small insects, the venation may be greatly reduced. In Chalcidoidea (Chalcid wasps), for instance,...
- Ficus virens var. sublanceolata is a banyan or strangler fig. It grows alongside the related white fig in the northern part of its range. They differ with...
- A loquat leaf, shown at a high magnification, illustrating the general appearance of the leaf and the structure of the venation...
- Wing venation of Meganeura monyi, redrawn after Brongniart (1893, Pl. XLI)...
- characterized by a V-shaped suture on the back of the thorax and by its wing venation. The rostrum is long; in some species it is as long as the head and thorax...
- are shaped much like the leaves and curve outward. They have a visible venation, though this is nowhere near as marked as on the leaves. Their overlapping...
- Pinnate venation in each leaf, in this case alternate-pinnate...
- main stem of a mature plant. The leaves have a peculiar and diagnostic venation pattern that enables persons poorly familiar with the plant to distinguish...
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