petiolar


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pet·i·o·lar

 (pĕt′ē-ō′lər)
adj.
Of, relating to, or growing on a petiole: a petiolar sheath.
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petiolar

(ˈpɛtɪˌəʊlə)
adj
1. (Botany) botany relating to or having the characteristics of a petiole
2. (Zoology) zoology relating to or having the characteristics of a petiole
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pet•i•o•lar

(ˈpɛt i ə lər, ˌpɛt iˈoʊ lər)

adj.
of, pertaining to, or growing from a petiole.
[1750–60]
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pulcher, but is distinguished by a bicoloured body, the shallowly concave anterior clypeal margin, the absence of well-developed anterior clypeal teeth, the fewer irregular longitudinal cephalic rugae and the feeble longitudinal rugae on the posterior face of the petiolar node.
These colonies were provided with three to four drops of water per week and with Mullerian bodies (both individually and attached to the petiolar base) from C.
E.crassipes plant exposed to the metal culture of Zn, Ni and Cr for long duration affected the chlorophyll biosynthesis and thereby resulted in visible symptoms of chlorosis, petiolar chlorosis and necrosis leading to plant decay in the experimental tray (Table-1).
The species can easily be recognized in the area by leaves with 4 pairs of lanceolate to elliptical leaflets; petiolar extrafloral nectaries; zygomorphic flowers and dry, plane-compressed, little curved fruits.
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Leaves with petiole, 4-7(-9) cm long, sheathing the young shoots, petiolar margins membranaceous, translucid, extending through 2/3 of the petiole, glabrous or minutely pubescent, with lustrose appearance; leaf blades (13-)15-27(-45) cm long, 12-21(-26) cm wide, dimorphic through the sympodial axis, monopodial leaves ovate or widely ovate, cordate and slightly auriculate at the base, with the lobes almost symmetrical; sympodial leaves elliptic-ovate, cordate to deeply auriculate at the base, with the lobes asymmetrical, the bigger lobe half or completely overlapping the petiole; obtuse to shortly acuminate at the apex, ciliate at the margin, minutely pubescent in both surfaces; pinnately nerved, veins 4-8, inconspicuously punctate pellucid; membranaceous, with a matt appearance.
The petiolar cut is closed, with a diamond-shaped opening.