anisophyllous


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anisophyllous

(æˌnaɪsəʊˈfɪləs)
adj
(Botany) another word for heterophyllous
anˈisoˌphylly n
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Verticils of Annularia are usually found as dorsi-ventral adpressions spread out on the bedding plane; leaf whorls in Annularia are either isophyllous or markedly anisophyllous.
Annularia sphenophylloides has smaller leaves than Annularia fertilis, and these are in anisophyllous verticils.
Matthew's variety was considered by Bell (1944) to fit the range of leaf length of Annularia latifolia; however, the verticils of the latter are anisophyllous and its leaves are widest in their upper third.
Leaves opposite, strongly anisophyllous in a pair, papyraceous to chartaceous.
stilesiana are assigned here to section Collandra based on the following characteristics: dorsiventral shoots with anisophyllous sessil leaves, red/ purple color patterns in the abaxial face.
Leaves opposite, anisophyllous in a pair, pa pyraceous; larger leaf petiolate, petioles 3-3.
Patterns of leaf development in anisophyllous shoots.
Leaves opposite, strongly anisophyllous in a pair, chartaceous; larger leaf in a pair with petioles 0.
The species in this section are herbs, usually with anisophyllous leaves at each node.