The common plans among trees are—inflexed: blade folded crosswise, thus bringing it upon the footstalk.
This seems to obtain particularly in Coleoptera; but in some, as Mylabris, it is inflexed, forming an acute angle with it.
The inflexed accessory margin observable underneath in many Elytra, which covers the sides of the alitrunk and abdomen.
In the Tulip-tree, it is also inflexed, the blade bent forwards on the petiole.
He was soon within the sac, and the inflexed wings of the margin had closed above him, as shown in section, Fig. 17.
Stamens 5, included; filaments slender; anthers arrow-shaped, with an inflexed tip.
The inflexed or inferior lateral margin of the Prothorax, separated in many genera from the Antepectus by a suture.
Stamens 5, opposite the petals; filaments distinct, inflexed in the bud, enlarged at the apex.
The leaves are conduplicate, as in Magnolia, and have the blade bent inwards on the petiole (inflexed).
Pileoli innumerable, inflexed and appressed, plicate, brown.