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Occasionally the mucronate distal end appears to be the result of intentional termination of serrating at the distal end.
In zone view, the median line deeply bisects the longitudinal axis, ending in a mucronate central nodule.
Leaves alternate, deciduous, abruptly once-pinnate; leaflets mucronate; stipules usually spinescent.
Sepals 5, scarcely concave, indistinctly mucronate on the back, greenish.
The first two glumes are empty, thin, keeled, and acute or mucronate.
A HANDBOOK OF SOME SOUTH INDIAN GRASSESRAI BAHADUR K. RANGA ACHARIYAR
Mucronate, abruptly tipped with a small and short point, like a mere projection of the midrib; as in Fig. 141.
The teeth of the Annisquam specimen barely projected above the alveoli of the jaws and are sharply mucronate.
The leaves are unequal at the base, ovate acute, or obovate mucronate.
Conelets single or verticillate, their scales mucronate; conelets of the second year only slightly enlarged.
THE GENUS PINUSGEORGE RUSSELL SHAW
The leaves are alternate, with six pairs of oblong-linear, obtuse, mucronate leaflets.

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