Compound leaf, Biology

Compound leaf is the leaf in which the blade forms small leaflets. Compound leaves which have several small leaflets originating from the central axis are termed as pinnately compound; for example: rose. Compound leaves which have their leaflets originating from the common point are termed as palmately compound; for example: palm.

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