Definition of Lobed leaf
1. Noun. A leaf having deeply indented margins.
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Literary usage of Lobed leaf
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1904)
"... not very different from that of Ophioglossum, and possibly a further comparison might be made in the form of the leaf with the palmately lobed leaf of ..."
2. The Monthly Microscopical Journal: Transactions of the Royal Microscopical (1869)
"The structure of the lobed leaf may be inferred from Synthesis, ie taking the leaflets of a compound leaf, and assuming them to have become joined at their ..."
3. Leaves and Flowers, Or, Object Lessons in Botany: With a Flora : Prepared by Alphonso Wood (1891)
"Sinuate-lobed leaf of White Oak. fig. 33. Undulate-lobed leaf of Jack Oak. Fig. 84. Lyrate leaf of Moss-cup Oak. Fig. 85. ..."
4. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society Held at Philadelphia for by American Philosophical Society (1915)
"The oaks with which we are familiar in this part of the country are of the lobed-leaf type. Geographically, at least, there are three parts to this group ..."
5. Stages in the Development of Sium Cicutaefolium by George Harrison Shull (1905)
"Then there might be a leaf having one or a pair of simple lateral lobes, followed perhaps by the 5-lobed leaf or the form which has been described as the ..."
6. Botany All the Year Round: A Practical Text-book for Schools by Eliza Frances Andrews (1903)
"Pinnately lobed leaf of an oak. 61. — Palmately lobed leaf of grape. fennel and rose geranium, thus giving rise to twice-cleft, thrice-cleft, four-cleft, ..."
7. The Plant World by Plant World Association, Wild Flower Preservation Society (U.S.) (1918)
"A still greater difficulty is encountered in dealing with the lobed leaf, which presents all variations from the simple to the compound, • but we shall ..."
8. A Practical Course in Botany: With Especial Reference to Its Bearings on by Eliza Frances Andrews (1911)
"Pinnately lobed leaf of horse nettle. Fio. 212. — Palmately parted leaf of a buttercup. Fio. 214. ... Palmately lobed leaf of grape. Fio. 215. ..."