Definition of Pinnules

1. Noun. (plural of pinnule) ¹



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Definition of Pinnules

1. pinnule [n] - See also: pinnule

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pinnules

pinnipedes
pinnipedia
pinnipeds
pinnock
pinnocks
pinnoed
pinnothere
pinnotheres
pinnula
pinnulae
pinnular
pinnulas
pinnulate
pinnulated
pinnule
pinnules (current term)
pinny
pinnywinkles
pinochle
pinochles
pinocle
pinocles
pinocyte
pinocytic
pinocytose
pinocytosed
pinocytoses
pinocytosing
pinocytosis
pinocytotic

Literary usage of Pinnules

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1. Contributions to the Knowledge of the Older Mesozoic Flora of Virginia by William Morris Fontaine (1883)
"pinnules of sterile and fertile plants different, all thick and coriaceous. pinnules of the sterile plant, in the uppermost portion of the frond, ..."

2. Botany by Geological Survey of California, William Henry Brewer, Sereno Watson, Asa Gray (1880)
"... and northern Asia, presenting very many modifications in size, s!ui|>e of the frond, and cutting of the (они.>• nml pinnules. ..."

3. Species Filicum: Being Descriptions of the Known Ferns, Particularly of Such by William Jackson Hooker (1860)
"The variation of the pinnules in different parts of the same ... or pinnules rarely petiolate sessile and often ..."

4. Manual of the Botany of the Northern United States: Including the District by Asa Gray (1868)
"pinnules crowded, oblong, obtuse, toothed or pinnatifid ; indusium short, ... 2 - 3-pinnate ; the pinna: and pinnules ovate or lanceolate in outline, ..."

5. The Tourist's Flora: A Descriptive Catalogue of the Flowering Plants and by Joseph Woods (1850)
"pinnules oblong, with short teeth. Indusium quite entire. Plant not glandular; the chaff' of Stipe extending almost to the extremity of the frond, p. 6, 7. ..."

6. Report (1904)
"In each branching every joint but the last, ie the axillary, bears a pinnule, but the pinnules do not arise one directly above the other from the middle of ..."

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