GENERAL HORTICULTURE LABORATORY
Lab 2: Recognition of Plant Structures
CLASSIFICATION OF FRUIT
blade as one unit; not divided into leaflets.
Type based on Venation (arrangement of veins)
Rubber Tree Pinnate
feather-like, net venation with lateral veins extending from a central midrib.
English Ivy Palmate
finger-like, net veination with veins diverging from
the union of the petiole and the leaf blade.
principal veins parallel to axis of the leaf.
blade divided into leaflets.
Type based on Arrangement of Leaflets
Leafles arising from along both sides of the rachis.
Leaflets arising from the same location at the top of the petiole.
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