They are generally lobed, and their petioles are articulated.
A further mixture of characters is seen in the vascular bundles of the petioles.
They are principally known by the anatomy of their stems and petioles.
The leaves are oval to ovate, the petioles having two glands.
The petioles and the young leaves are also utilized as a vegetable.
These petioles are provided with a series of motile leaflets.
Petioles with dilated margins or adherent stipules at their base.
Holes in the base of the petioles of these leaves are also signs of the working of the insect.
When the scars left after the petioles have fallen are well healed the budwood is in condition for budding.
We calculated that each leaf was upwards of twenty feet long, including the petioles or stalks.