five-lobed


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Adj.1.five-lobed - having five lobes
many-sided, multilateral - having many parts or sides
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It has alternate three to five-lobed leaves, which are coarsely toothed with little yellow glands on the underside.
Known as a Falangcai Bowl, it features four five-lobed panels each with a different flower.
It produces one of the best autumnal displays when its five-lobed leaves - a bit like a maple - turn purple, crimson and burgundy.
Tuba-tuba is a plant (Jotropha curcas), with wide five-lobed leaves.
The tendrils grow on the vine near the fruit and the leaves are usually five-lobed. Both male and female blossoms are known to grow on the same vine.
Flowers sessile, pale yellow; calyx five-lobed, 0.9-1.3 mm long, glabrous; corolla five-lobed, 1.0-1.4 mm long, glabrous, lobes less than one-quarter length of corolla; stamen filaments 1.2-1.6 mm long, distinct; anther glands absent; ovary glabrous, sessile.
The flowers are white to purple, with a five-lobed corolla and yellow stamens.
Abu'l Hasan captured the five-lobed leaves, whose horizontal orientation accounts for the legendary shade of the tree.
In 1830, Don established the tribe Stifftieae characterized by bisexual florets with tubular five-lobed corollas, stamens inserted in the corolla throat, with caudate anthers and separate and recurved style branches.
Reproduced from an original Chinese piece is the company's new cachepot, which features orange and gold bats -- which symbolize the Wufu, or longevity comprised of health, wealth and virtue -- on the exterior of the five-lobed vessel.
Metamorphosis was initiated when the complete five-lobed hydrocoele began to encircle the esophagus and the so-called ophiurid rudiment began to appear.
They grow on a bush, rather than a trailing vine; the plants have large, five-lobed leaves and stems with prominent bristles.