What Is the Difference between Pinnate and Palmate Venation?

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Examples of plants with pinnate venation include dicotyledonous plants like beans and peas. Pinnate venation plants possess a single midrib from the stalk while palmate leaves have multiple midribs.
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The mimosa life is pinnate. Actually it is
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Pinnate leaves have a single midrib starting from the stalk and from this other veins branches out from it at regular intervals along the leaves. Palmate leaves have multiple midribs
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The Monocotyledons like Grass, Lilies, Amaryllis, Bananas, Orchids. Excuse me: I just saw the small detail sentences. You can take the palm leaves and you might find some grass-leaves
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