bipinnate


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bi·pin·nate

 (bī-pĭn′āt′)
adj.
Having pinnate parts that are themselves pinnate: bipinnate leaves.

bi·pin′nate′ly adv.

bipinnate

(baɪˈpɪnˌeɪt)
adj
(Botany) (of pinnate leaves) having the leaflets themselves divided into smaller leaflets
biˈpinˌnately adv

bi•pin•nate

(baɪˈpɪn eɪt)

adj.
twice pinnate.
[1785–95; < New Latin bipinnātus. See bi-1, pinnate]
bi•pin′nate•ly, adv.

bi·pin·nate

(bī-pĭn′āt′)
Relating to compound leaves that grow opposite each other on a larger stem; twice pinnate. Bipinnate leaves have a feathery appearance. The honey locust often has bipinnate leaves.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.bipinnate - of a leaf shapebipinnate - of a leaf shape; having doubly pinnate leaflets (as ferns)
compound - composed of more than one part; "compound leaves are composed of several lobes; "compound flower heads"
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Oval-shaped body, about 30 setiger; elytra 15 pairs, with scattered papillae; prostomium with globular ocular lobes; facial tubercle present; long median ante nna with ceratophore; long palps with small scattered papillae; tentacular cirrus long and thin; dorsum without or with very few felted notosetae, elytra visible; harpoon-shaped notosetae absent; notosetae long, notosetae all smooth, of two kinds: stout, smooth sabrelike, long, curved over dorsum and fine capillary setae; neurosetae of anterior few segments with extra teeth, some bipinnate; ventral surface and parapodia covered with globular papillae (Amaral & Nonato, 1982).
Spondias bipinnata has been indicated as distinct from other species based on its bipinnate rather than once-pinnate leaves, leaflets lacking an intramarginal vein, and its pubescent, connivent styles (Mitchell & Daly, 2015).
It is small in size, with thin and tortuous stem, bipinnate leaves, composite, and sessile flowers arranged in spikes (Landim; Costa, 2012).
Chelicera: Five setae on hand, all setae acuminate; movable finger with one medial seta; fixed finger and movable finger with nine teeth; galea represented by a very slight bump on movable finger; rallum consisting of 7-8 blades, the most anterior blade slightly denticulate, other blades long and well bipinnate.
It belongs to family arecaceae with bipinnate foliage may grow in mountainous areas and also adapted to warm mediterranean climates as well as tropical and subtropical climates.
The minimum oil content was recorded in bipinnate leaf (3.37%), closely followed by small leaf (3.40%), zigzag stem (3.43%), thick stem (3.50%).
Its leaves are bipinnate; its stem bark is dark brown, rough and cracked or slashed; reddish and gritty.