1. of a leaf shape; having doubly pinnate leaflets (as ferns)
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  • Leaves are bipinnate, and leaflets oblong to 4 cm in length. Chapter 8
  • The different kinds of the decompound leaf are — Bigeminatc t Bitemate and Bipinnate; which fee in their proper places. — The language of botany : being a dictionary of the terms made use of in that science, principally by Linneus ...
  • They bear bipinnate leaves with small, oval to lanceolate leaflets.
  • With their bipinnate leaves, calliandras superficially resemble Leucaena and Mimosa species. Chapter 8
  • The phyllodenous Acacia spp. tend to have marginally higher CF and lower CP levels than bipinnate species (Appendix 2) though the available data consist of fewer observations. Chapter 2
  • It is a graceful arching fern with fronds that are generally bipinnate, although the basal pinnae are tripinnate.
  • The leaves are bipinnate with 2-6 opposite pairs of pinnae, each having 8-21 leaflets on short stalks. Chapter 10
  • Young seedlings have bipinnate compound true leaves with 12 to 15 pairs of lesflets. Chapter 8
  • Pinna Primary division of a pinnate or bipinnate leaf. Chapter 9
  • It is distinguished by its phonology, whitish twigs and paired thorns, blue green bipinnate leaves lacking a petiolar gland, but with glands between nearly all its 2-12 pinnate pairs. Chapter 10
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