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The Leaf (in Hindi)
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Have a look at the morphology of leaf.

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I am not interested to learn this chapter at detail this chapter you make easy sir thanks for that
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sir petiole or lamina ke bich me node hotahi nahi hai ya ho Sakta hai
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sir apne jo point note krvaye hai usi ka notes bnakr yaad krenge ya phir alg se aapke notes lene honge
thank you for teaching us what we actually need Allen m bohot faltu pdha h ek saal Ka drop krke .
your voice is very effective sir ....
  1. MORPHOLOGY OF FLOWERING PLANTS By Pranav Pundarik


  2. THE LEAF


  3. Lateral, generally flattened structure borne on the stem. Leaf base, Petiole and Lamin Lamina Stipule Petiole Axillary Leaf bud base (a) Image Credit NCERT Textbook


  4. Pulvinus' Petiole: Hold tight . Flutter Taazi hawa Lamina or the leaf blade.....green expanded part of the leaf with veins and veinlets


  5. VENATION Image Credit : NCERT Teythaak


  6. Simple, when its lamina is entire or when incised, the incisions do not touch the midrib When the incisions of the lamina reach up to the midrib breaking it into a number of leaflets, the leaf is called compound. A bud is present in the axil of petiole in both simple and compound leaves, but not in the axil of leaflets of the compound leat.


  7. Figure 5.8 Compound leaves (a) pinnately compound leaf (b) palmately compound leaf Image Credit: NCERT Textbook


  8. Pinnately compound leaf a number of leaflets are present on a common axis,the rachis, which represents the midrib of the leaf as in neem In Palmately compound leaves, the leaflets are attached at a common point, i.e., at the tip of petiole, as in silk cotton


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