- having a petiole or peduncle.
Origin of petiolate
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Leaves or leaflets are sessile when they have no stems, and petiolate when they have stems.Trees of the Northern United States
Austin C. Apgar
Cotyledons accumbent, flattened, equal or nearly so, petiolate.
No such thing as a petiolate leaf occurs in acrogens, all are attached by a broad base?
I have on a former occasion explained to you how, in insects that have a petiolate abdomen, that part is elevated and depressed.An Introduction to Entomology: Vol. IV (of 4)
- (of a plant or leaf) having a leafstalkCompare sessile (def. 1)
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- Having a petiole.
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