Name of plant having simple leaf and compound leaf along with diagram.
- Simple Leaf: A leaf, in which the lamina is a single blade, is described as a simple leaf. It may be entire as in Mango or lobed as in Cotton.
- Compound Leaf: Composed of 2 or more leaf-blade unites attached directly to leaf stalk or rachis (leaf stalk extension) Rose, Coriander, Neem. Compound leaf from the point where it connects to the branch, it is composed of many small blades called “leaflets” that look like leaves themselves.
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Palmately compoundBipinnately compound Simple
Pinnately compound Awl – Like Scale-like