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the silver maple leaf pattern Pinnate palmate is parallel. It is palmate.

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Is the silver maple leaf pattern Pinnate palmate or parrallel?

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Is the silver maple leaf pattern Pinnate palmate or parallel?

None of the above. Ginkgo biloba is an extremely ancient and unique plant--the last of its genus--and also the only modern broad-leafed plant to have what is referred to as dichotomous venation. Basically, that means that its veins repeatedly divide into two. See related link


White oak palmate or pinnate?

The Northern Red Oak has a pinnate vein pattern. Most (if not all) oaks have pinnate leaves. Maple leaves, which are somewhat similar, are palmate. A pinnate vein pattern has one main vein (called a midrib) with several more branching off. A palmate leaf's veins all start at one point, kind of like the bones of your fingers in your hand. It is easier to see the veins if you look at the underside of the leaf. If all else fails, pull up Google and search something. Make sure you find several different sources that all say the same thing before determining what is right. This always works for me!:)


What are the two type of compound leaves?

There are pinnate leaves, which look like leaves from an orange tree or an apple tree, and there are palmate leaves, which look like maple leaves. The best way to remember palmate leaves is to remember the keyword "palm", as in the palm of your hand and the way your fingers branch out from it.


The leaves on a maple tree which hang singly are?

Palmate in shape


What vein pattern do maple leafs have?

there are three sections of the leaf, each section has on vertical line on it. horizontal lines come out of the vertical line. The answer is palmate.


What type of leaf vein patterns do dicots have?

Dicot leaves have Reticulate venation :) Examples are: 1. Rose 2. Magnolia 3. Pansies 4. Marigold 5. Sunflower 6. Buttercups 7. Asters 8. Dandelion 9. Maple 10. Grapes 11. Strawberries 12. Tomato 13. Squash 14. Beans 15. Potatoes 16. Peanuts 17. Lentils 18. Oak 19. Myrtacaea 20. Rutacaea


What type of leaves do maple trees have?

Deciduous is the type of leaf of leaf which a maple tree has.Specifically, the term comes from the combination of the Latin preposition de- ("down") and the present infintive cedere ("to fall"). It may be applied to woody plants in the sense of trees which are not evergreen, which lose their leaves seasonally. It therefore references most appropriately the seasonal growing and dropping of maple tree (Acerspp) leaves.MMaple trees are deciduous but the leaves are palmate, meaning lobed or divided, hand like, usuallywith five or seven lobes.


What is the arrangement of a leaf?

There are many arrangements of leaves.One is the Alternate arrangement.This is arranged in a staggered fashion along stem.Like the Willow plant.Another one is the Opposite arrangement.This is a pair of leaves arranged across from each other on stem. Like the Maple plant.Another in the Whorled arrangement.


What are names of different kinds of maple leaves?

They are sugar maple, Norway maple, silver maple, sweet maple.


Syrup made from the sap of what tree is a popular topping for waffles and pancakes?

Maple syrup is made from the sap of the Maple Tree.


What do maple trees look like?

Maple tree seeds often are called helicopters, because they are two connected seed pods made for flying short distances. Depending on the species, the seeds can be small and green to yellow and big with thicker seed pods. The green seeds are released in pairs, sometimes with the stems still connected. The yellow seeds are released individually and almost always without the stems. Most species require stratification in order to germinate, and some seeds can remain dormant in the soil for several years before germinating