Pinnate Leaf?

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A pinnate leaf is a leaf that looks like a feather and it has leaflets on either side of a common axis. Some of the plants with pinnate leaves include palms, cycads, ferns and grevilleas.
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( pi′nāt·lē ′käm′pau̇nd′ ′lēf ) (botany) A leaf with leaflets that are borne on the continuation of the petiole.
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pinnate leaf: a leaf resembling a feather
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