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In most plants, leaves are the major site of food production for the plant. ... compound leaf - a leaf that is divided into many separate parts (leaflets) along a midrib ...

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Feb 24, 2006 ... Drawing of leaf of Garden Privet (Ligustrum ovalifolium) showing the typical features of a simple dicotyledonous leaf. Leaf is approximately 60 ...

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The diagram shows a labelled cross-section through a leaf. Shows the waxy cuticle on top of the upper epidermis.Under this is the palisade. Now try a Test Bite.

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Sep 12, 2016 ... Just know how to draw a leaf and what are it basic parts.

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Jan 9, 2009 ... This is a far closer picture of a leaf, getting into the cellular functions. .... does anybody now where i can find a labeled picture of the inside of a ...

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There are different types of leaves, which let us to distinguish the different kinds of plants, but essentially, each leaf is formed by the following parts: ...

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Leaf Blade: Wide flattened area of leaf for concentrating sunlight on photosynthetic cells. Petiole: Short stem that attaches leaf to main stem or branch.

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This is a fun and interactive diagram about the parts of a leaf. ... In this interactive diagram, students will practice labeling the parts of a leaf. Return from the Parts ...

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Feb 5, 2017 ... Most leaves have two main parts: (1) the blade and (2) the petiole, or leafstalk. ... The Blade, or lamina, is the broad, flat part of the leaf.

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Internal Structure of the Leaf. of a Typical ... a) Cuticle: Waxy layer water proofing upper leaves. b) Upper epidermis: ... water exchange. (See Diagram below.) ...