With the same arrangement as a feather.
A compound leaf with leaflets growing in 2 rows on each side of its mid-rib.
With the leaflets arranged along each side of a common rachis. Can either be oddpinnate or even-pinnate.
A compound leaf, having the leaflets arranged on each side of the stem.
In a featherlike arrangement, usually referring to a compound leaf with leaflets arranged on each side of a central axis.
Having the shape or arrangement of a feather. Prominent midvein with a series of major veins arising at about 30-45 degrees angles along its length.
Feather-form; said of a compound leaf when its leaflets are arranged along the main petiole.
Referring to either a compound leaf with leaflets along opposite sides of the midrib (leaf axis), same form as a feather (when the bases of the leaf segments are borne on the main axis, without stalks, they are considered lobes rather than leaflets, and the leaf is pinnately divided, rather than pinnately compound); or secondary veins in a leaf that arise along opposite sides of the midrib.
Compound leaf with two rows of leaflets arranged on either side of the rachis.
A leaf divided into leaflets arranged on either side of the leaf stalk, as in a rose leaf or those of many palms and ferns.
A compound leaf where smaller leaflets are arranged along either side of a common axis.
Compound and consisting of leaflets arranged on either side of a central stalk or rachis, as in a rose leaf or those of many palms and ferns. From the Latin pinna, a feather.