In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
also pinnate leaf
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- Immatures have a weakly developed taproot, and have pinnate compound leaves with two or three leaflets.
- It has pinnate leaves and racemes of lilac pink flowers, which are slightly fragrant.
- Green stems are interconnected by sensitive petioles and bear pinnate leaves.
- All of these foliage forms are planate pinnate fronds, frequently with open venation.
- In 1794, Moench named A. tuberosa and described it as having tuberous roots, unevenly pinnate leaflets, and purple flowers in lateral racemes.
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