laciniate


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laciniate

(lə-sĭn′ē-ĭt, -āt′)
adj.
1. Having a fringe; fringed.
2. Shaped or formed like a fringe, as a ligament.
3. Slashed into narrow pointed lobes: a laciniate leaf.

la·cin′i·a′tion n.

laciniate

(lă-sin′ē-āt) [L. lacinia, hem, fringe]
Having a fringe; jagged.
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Habit Shrubs to 5 m tall (exceptionally to 10 + trees to 40 m tall m tall) Stipule margin laciniate entire Leaf blade membranaceous, margin chartaceous, plane margin revolute Number of lateral 8 to 11 4 to 8 veins on each side Branching, 2-forked, axillary to the 4 to 6-forked, mostly on position and size distalmost leaves, to 1 defoliate branches, to 3.
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12 cm, apex obtuse, clavate, slightly separated only along the neck during anthesis, outer surface densely laciniate, the laciniae to 2 mm long, membranous, patent or pointing backwards, the entire outer surface (including the laciniae) puberulous, the proximal half bright red, the distal half yellow, the inner surface finely puberulous and with a narrowly triangular ligule to 4 mm long at the base of each petal; androecium formed by two alternating series of long and short stamens halfway attached to the petals, anthers oblong, tetralocular, 2-2.
Cypselae truncate at the apex, glabrous to pubescent; pappus with three, rarely two or four, narrowly paleaceous bristles, longitudinally plicate, apically plumose to laciniate, rarely crown-like.
Sessile, cauline leaves (sometimes improperly called "ligules" on Gunnera): (0) absent; (1) like other leaves, but smaller and sessile; (2) small, straplike; (3) small, shieldlike; (4) budlike; (5) pinnatifid to laciniate.
12 cm long, whitish green, very thin and except for the veins transparent when dry, deeply laciniate with long lobes also from near the base.