Synonyms for unifoliolate or Related words with unifoliolate

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Examples of "unifoliolate"
pinnately multifoliolate (vs. unifoliolate) leaves, a sessile (vs. stipitate) ovary, and an indehiscent or late dehiscent one-seeded pod.
The leaves are opposite and unifoliolate. The leaves are bright green, narrow elliptical to ovate in shape (5-15mm wide) and (15-60mm long) end with a blunt point and coarsely serrated margins.
Melicope subunifoliolata is a plant of Borneo in the rue or citrus family Rutaceae. The specific epithet "" is from the Latin meaning "nearly one leaf", referring to the almost unifoliolate leaves.
…free stamens and poorly differentiated lower petals, or flowers sometimes appearing radially symmetrical,…simple or unifoliolate leaves, anthers more or less basifixed, and the calyx splitting to the base either down one side only and so appearing spathaceous, or down both sides and so becoming bilabiate.
Leaves in "Commiphora" are pinnately compound (or very rarely unifoliolate). Many species are armed with spines. Bark is often exfoliating, peeling in thin sheets to reveal colorful, sometimes photosynthetic bark, below. Stems are frequently succulent, especially in species native to drier environments. Flowers are subdioecious and fruits are drupes, usually with a 2-locular ovary (one is abortive). In response to wounding, the stems of many species will exude aromatic resins.
Leaves are deciduous or evergreen, usually alternate (rarely opposite), estipulate (without stipule) and imparipinnate (rarely paripinnate or bipinnate), usually with opposite leaflets (rarely alternate), while others are trifoliolate or simple or unifoliolate (very rarely simple leaves are palmate). Leaf architecture is very diverse. Primary venation is pinnate (rarely palmate). Secondary venation is eucamptodromous, brochidodromous, craspedodromous or cladodromous (rarely reticulodromous) Cladodromous venation, if present is considered diagnostic for Anacardiaceae.
Shrubs or small trees, up to 5 m high; branchlets slender, cylindric, glabrous. Leaves unifoliolate, leaflet 7.5-13.5 x 2.5-5.2 cm, elliptic-lanceolate or elliptic-oblong, shallowly narrowed at base, caudate-acuminate at apex with 10–15 mm long acumen, entire along margins, coriaceous, glabrous, notched at tip; secondary nerves ca 10 pairs with as many fainter ones in between arising at angles 50-600 with the midnerve, finely reticulate; petioles 5–10 mm long, horizontally grooved above, articulate with base of blade, glabrous. Inflorescence axillary racemes, up to 2.5 cm long, few-flowered, glabrous; pedicels slender, ca 7 mm long, glabrous. Flowers small. Calyx small with 4 minute, acute sepals. Petals 4, obovate-oblong. Stamens 8, free; anthers ovoid. Ovary seated on an annular disk, 2-locular; each locule with 2-collateral ovules; stigma subcapitate. Berry globose, glandular, 2-locular, young (unripe) fruits ca 10 x 8 mm.