Definition of Even-pinnate leaf
1. Noun. A pinnate leaf with a pair of leaflets at the apex.
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Literary usage of Even-pinnate leaf
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1. Flora Cestrica: An Herborizing Companion for the Young Botanists of Chester by William Darlington (1853)
"even-pinnate leaf; with the leaflets all in pairs, or without a terminal odd one; often termed abruptly pinnate. Fissure : a slit, crack, or narrow opening. ..."
2. Familiar Lectures on Botany: Explaining the Structure, Classification, and by Lincoln Phelps (1854)
"... representing the hist pair of an even-pinnate leaf, of six leaflets ; all of which are thus modified and brought together into the form of a ..."
3. Agricultural Botany by William Darlington (1847)
"... and more especially stamens : exemplified in Umbelliferae and Araliaceae. that genus. ishing. even-pinnate leaf. ..."
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