The compound leaves are six or seven inches long, with thirty or less pairs of leaflets; fruit is a pod six or eight inches long.
The box elder is the one native maple which has compound leaves.
The compound leaves are five or more inches long with three or five leaflets.
Still fewer of the trees with compound leaves show this arrangement.
All herbaceous plants with deeply lobed, dissected or compound leaves may be sought under the Dicotyledones.
It is not necessary to describe separately all the principal forms of simple and compound leaves.
Its compound leaves are five or seven inches long, and the leaflets which number from three to seven have long, slender tips.
Sometimes in the last-named genus, as also in Pteridophyllum, every gradation between simple and compound leaves may be traced.
It is a trailing vine with compound leaves of from four to seven leaflets which are double-toothed.
Stipules between the opposite and compound leaves (but they are caducous).
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A leaf that is composed of two or more leaflets on a common stalk. Clover, roses, sumac, and walnut trees have compound leaves.