Stem of a potato plant.
A leaf-cutting of begonia, well started.
Cross section of a leaf, showing the breathing pores and intercellular spaces. The small dots are grains…
An early, rapid fruiting, productive type of cotton plant, with low fruit limbs, short joints and continuous…
A late, slow fruiting, unproductive type of cotton plant, with high fruit limbs and long joints. Leaves…
A clump of leaves in the grass.
A small, omnivorous bird, which gets its name from the hatches or hammerings it leaves on nuts.
"In this carapace covers the body above and low down on the sides, but leaves the belly unprotected;…
The tailor-bird makes its nest by weaving it together with living leaves.
Also known as the wood-grouse, the capercaille averages about three feet in length and feeds on berries…
Tapering at the end.
Terminating with a sharp point.
Usually pertains to leaves. Not opposite each other but bourne singly at different levels on the stem.
The pollen-bearing portion of a stamen.
Slenderly tapering; long drawn-out.
A bristle-like appendage.
The angle formed by a leaf with the stem.
Bearing two teeth at the tip.
The expanded portion of a leaf.
A modified leaf usually subtending a flower or flowers.
The outermost circle of flower parts; made up of sepals.
With a cellular-like surface.
A simple pistil or one of the parts of a compoud pistil.
The contracted stalk-like base of a petal.
Composed of two or more similar parts united to form one whole; for instance, a leaf.
Heart-shaped with the tip forward.
A hard, bulb-like base of a stem.
The inner circle of flower parts: made up of petals which are often colored and showy.
Tubular structure formed by united petals.
A type of flower cluster with a flat top.
Extending or running down on another structure, as a leaf on a stem or a tubercle on an achene.
Shaped like an equalateral triangle or the Greek letter delta.
forking regularly by twos.
Cut into numerous very fine segements or divisions.
Coming off in two ranks.
Diverging at a wide angle.
Pertains to shape.
Rooted to substratum; erect and extending upward out of water.
Pertaining to leaves; comming off in two ranks, making the base appear flattened.
Appearing as if gnawed.
A cluster or bundle.
The part of the stamen which supports the anther.
Like a thread; long, slender, and round.
Alternately bent or twisted in different directions.
Swollen on one side.
Like sagittate but with lobes diverging.
A dense cluster of sessile or almost sessile flowers borne on a very short axis.
Portion of the united calyx investing the fruit.
Cut sharply, irregularly, and more or less deeply.
Rolled inwardly toward the midrib.
Possessing a central ridge as a boat.
Irregularly cut as if torn.
Shaped like a spear head, broadest near base, tapering to apex, and several times as long as broad.
Long and narrow and with parallel sides.