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Republica Bolivariana de Venezuela I. U. P. Santiago Mariño. Extensión Mérida.

STEM AND LEAVE.

Teachers: Aracelis Torres.

Student: Amalia Contreras M. IC: 19046795 Agronomic Engineering. Diurnal.

Mérida december 2013.


PINK. Scientific Classification. Kingdom: Plantae. Division: Magnoliophyta. Class: Magnoliopsida. Subclass: Rosidae. Order: Rosales. Family: Rosaceae. Subfamily: Rosoideae. Tribe: Roseae. Genre: Rosa.


PINK. Leaf: Evergreen or deciduous, stalked and imparipinnadas Form: Leaflets 5-9 serrated edge and basal stipules. Texture: Rough Color: Green.


BANANA. Scientific Classification. Kingdom: Plantae. Division: Magnoliophyta. Class: Liliopsida. Order: Zingiberales. Family: Musaceae. Genre: Musa. Species: M. Paradise.


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Leaves: Very large and arranged in a spiral. Form: Petiole 1 m or more in length. Limbo: Elliptical elongated, slightly decurrent into the petiole, glabrous and slightly wavy. Color: Light green.


. Scientific Classification. A C C U Y Kingdom: Plantae. Division: Magnoliophyta. Class: Magnoliopsida. Order: Malpighiales. Family: Euphorbiaceae. Subfamily: Crotonoideae. Tribe: Manihoteae. Genre: Manihot. Species: M. esculenta.


Yucca. Leaf: Simple, palminervia shaped, entire and lobed. Shape: Sheets or even lobe may be ovate or linear. Color: Deep green or brown. Texture: Smooth.


Scientific Classification. Kingdom: Plantae. Division: Magnoliophyta. Class: Liliopsida. Order Alismatales. Family: Araceae. Genre: Zantedeschia. Species: Z. aethiopica.

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white Calla.

Leaf: Large. Color: Dark green. Texture: Smooth. Shape: Heart-shaped.


Scientific Classification. Kingdom: Plantae. Division: Magnoliophyta. Class: Magnoliopsida. Subclass: Rosidae. Order: Myrtales. Family: Myrtaceae. Subfamily: Myrtoideae. Tribe: Myrteae. Genre: Psidium.

Guaba.


Leaves: Opposite, simple, oblong or elliptical . Color: Light green. Form: Underside pubescent Venation: With 10-20 pairs of lateral veins.

Guaba.


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Scientific Classification. Kingdom: Plantae. Division: Angiospermae. Class: Monocotyledoneae. Subclass: Commelinidae. Order: Arecales. Family: Arecaceae Schultz Sch. (Palmae).


Palm.

Leaves: Typical large, alternate and spiral sheathing. Form: Grouped in a terminal crown. Consistency: Simple, usually divided into pinnate form or spanked. Venation: Pinnate parallel divergent.


Scientific Classification. Kingdom: Plantae. Division: Magnoliophyta. Class: Liliopsida. Subclass: Commelinidae. Order: Poales. Family: Poaceae. Subfamily: Panicoideae. Tribe: Andropogoneae. Genre: Saccharum. Species: S. officinarum.

Sugarcane.


Sugarcane.

Blade: Long and wide. Form: Fan. Texture: Rough with hairs. Color: Light green and yellow. Venation: Midrib. Base: Elongated flat.


Coffee.

Scientific Classification. Kingdom: Plantae. Division: Magnoliophyta. Class: Magnoliopsida. Order: Gentianales. Family: Rubiaceae. Subfamily: Ixoroideae. Tribe: Coffeeae. Genre: Coffea.


Blade: Oblong-lanceolate or elliptic acuminate. Base: Cuneate glandulĂ­feros teeth with serrated, glabrous, denticulate stipules deciduous. Texture: Rough with you villus. Color: Green. Form: You alasgadas.


Lemon. Scientific Classification. Kingdom: Plantae. Division: Magnoliophyta. Class: Magnoliopsida. Subclass: Rosidae. Order: Sapindales. Family: Rutaceae. Subfamily: Citroideae. Tribe: Citreae. Genre: Citrus. Species: C. lemon Ă—.


Lemon.

Leaves: Alternate simple relatively small. Color: Pale green. Shape: Elliptic oblong ovate and short obstusa tip. Margin: Dentate sawing. Texture: Smooth. Consistency: Soft.


Corn.

Scientific Classification. Kingdom: Plantae. Class: Liliopsida. Subclass: Commelinidae. Order: Poales. Family: Poaceae. Subfamily: Panicoideae. Tribe: Andropogoneae. Subtribu: Tripsacinae. Genre: Zea.


Long leaves sprouting from the stem Form: The elongated shaft closely coiled, Texture: Rough with hairs Color: Yellow green mature leaf new leaf Venation: Midrib. Base: Elongated flat.

Corm.


Avocado.

Scientific Classification. Kingdom: Plantae. Division: Magnoliophyta. Class: Magnoliopsida. Order: Laurales. Family: Lauraceae. Genre: Persea. Species: P. American.


Avocado. Leaves: Alternate stalked. Texture: Very bright. Color: Dark green. Venation: Raticulada. Shape: Round. Consistency: Soft.


Longleaf Pine. Scientific Classification. Kingdom: Plantae. Division: Spermatophyta. Class: Coniferae. Order: Pinales. Family: Pinaceae. Genre: Pinusne.


Longleaf Pine. Leaves: Evergreen. Form: Acicular or needle. Groups of lines: 3 or 5 , depending on the species of pine. Color : Green have plenty of chlorophyll. Texture: Rough.


Eucalyptus.

Scientific Classification. Kingdom: Plantae. Division: Magnoliophyta. Class: Magnoliopsida. Subclass: Rosidae. Order: Myrtales. Family: Myrtaceae. Subfamily: Myrtoideae. Tribe: Eucalypteae. Genre: Eucalyptus. Species: E. obliqua.


Eucalyptus.

Leaves : Simple and persistent . Texture: The young are usually opposed by more or less smooth pairs . Form: Sitting and stalked, even abrazadoras or locked . Color : Green Consistency: Dim.


Mango.

Scientific Classification. Kingdom: Plantae. Phylum: Magnoliophyta. Class: Magnoliopsida. Order: Sapindales. Family: Anacardiaceae. Genre: Mangifera.


Mango. Leaves: Alternate perennial modified from 1 to 4 inches. Color: Light yellow purple, deep pink or red wine. mature leaves: Dark and bright green above, lighter beneath. Venation: Horizontal Cluster: I Branched showy erect and pyramidal


Scientific Classification. Kingdom: Plantae. Division: Magnoliophyta. Class: Magnoliopsida. Subclass: Rosidae. Order: Sapindales. Family: Rutaceae. Subfamily: Citroideae. Tribe: Citreae. Genre: Citrus.

Orange.

Leaves: Are alternate. Shape: Oval entire or slightly serrated edge. Base: Rounded wedge. Color: Dark green. Venation: Raticulada.


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