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Bird Vetch Family: Fabaceae Vicia cracca L. Vicia cracca L ...

Bird vetch has entire stipules and a many-fl owered, one-sided infl orescence. Hairy vetch can be separated from other Alaskan climbing legumes by its long-spreading hairs and its obliquely atUAF Cooperative Extension Service photo by Michael Rasy Bird vetch. 107.

LAURACEAE - Laurel family (50 genera; 2500 species)

• Leaves alternate, simple, lobed or compound , entire to serrate, with pinnate or palmate venation; stipules present. • Inflorescence often highly modified, ...

American Chestnut Tree Identification Resources For the ...

Stipules American Stipules Slender Angle sharply out from stem Usually falloff in June Stipules Chinese Stipules Broad Cover the buds Remain on the stem through September.

Astragalus of Oregon

Astragalus alpinus Alpine milk Alpine milk-vetch-vetch •Cosmopolitan (Boreal N.A. including OR) •Lower stipules connate, Stipe1.4-3.5mm, partial septum, ...

SCRUB LUPINE

Skyblue lupine ( Lupinus diffusus ) is a Panhandle species with blue flowers and conspicuous stipules. Related Rare Species (photo, lower left): Gulf Coast lupine ...

Herbaceous Plant Family ID

... the presence of petioles and stipules should be noted. If you know the plant is a member of a particular family, you have a good start to identification.

ANNUAL ACADEMIC PLAN

Practical: Branching and types of branching - parts of leaf stipules, kinds of stipules. Meiosis-meiotic cell cycle and its significance in plant breeding.

29. Tribe FABEAE

Stipules large, subequaling or equaling leaflets; leaflets ovate to broadly ovate ..... 1. L. davidii 13b. Stipules obviously smaller than leaflets. 14a. Leaflets large, 9-12 cm, ovate ...

Duno et al, Centrosema

pilose with uncinate hairs, glabrescent with age; leaves 3-foliolate, chartaceous to subcoriaceos, 4-11 cm long; stipules 2-3 mm long; petioles 2-3(-5) ...

Astragalus tenellus

The pods of A. microcystis are inflated, obovoid or subglobose, and sessile, while its stipules turn black upon drying. Phenology: Flowers from June to July.