serrulate


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ser·ru·late

, serrulated (ser'ū-lāt, -lā'ted),
Finely serrate.
[L. serrula, a small saw, dim. of serra]

serrulate

(sĕr′yə-lĭt, -lāt′, sĕr′ə-) also

serrulated

(-lā′tĭd)
adj.
Having very small sawlike projections on the margin: a serrulate leaf.

serrulate

(sĕr′ū-lāt) [L. serrulatus]
Finely notched or serrated.
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60-70% as long as the longest ones ovatelanceolate, often with unequal bases, petiolules 1-2 mm long, apices rounded, margins slightly cartilaginous, paler, serrulate, and strongly revolute; apical pinna of each blade to 4.
5 mm), slightly falcate, apices acuminate, margins narrowly hyaline, serrulate, slightly to strongly revolute; aerophores tuberculiform; rachises atropurpureous, reddish brown or stramineous, adaxially grooved, densely scaly, the scales of two types, one 3-7 x 0.
80% as long as the longest ones, petiolulate (3-5 mm), falcate, apices long-acuminate and serrulate, margins narrowly hyaline, entire, flat; fertile leaves known only from fragments; pinnae to 9 cm x 4 mm, linear, thicker-textured and drying of darker color than the sterile pinnae; sori covering the entire pinnae except the distal 1-3 mm; indusia dark brown, entire but erose after opening; rachises pale reddish brown to straw-coloured, adaxially grooved, moderately to densely scaly, scales similar to those of the petioles, but smaller, with partly fibrillose and arachnoid scales; aerophores at pinna bases dark reddish brown, peg-like, 1-5 mm long and 1-2 mm in diameter; costae reddish brown to straw-coloured, adaxially grooved, glabrous, abaxially with spreading scales 1-3.
Leaves evergreen or deciduous, alternate, nonericoid, margin entire to serrulate or serrate, convolute or less commonly revolute in bud.
Leaves deciduous, non-ericoid, entire to serrulate or serrate, convolute in bud.
Leaves evergreen or deciduous, non-ericoid, entire, serrulate, or serrate, convolute or less commonly revolute in bud.
Leaves evergreen, non-ericoid, entire or serrulate, convolute or revolute in bud.
Leaves evergreen or deciduous, entire, serrulate, or serrate, non-ericoid, convolute in bud.