The edges (e.g. the leaf edge or margins).
A low growth form appearing like a pad.
Thin, soft, pliable.
Undifferentiated cell capable of developing into a number of organs and/or tissues; a growing point.
Characterized by having a medium moisture supply e.g., a type of habitat or soil.
Central vein of a leaf or leaflet.
The central vein or vascular bundle of a leaf, lemma, glume, or similar structure.
Having one cotyledon or seed leaf.
Having staminate and pistillate flowers on the same plant but each sex on different flowers.
Small grove or clump of trees.
A minute awn or excurrent midvein of an organ (e.g., on a lemma).
Tipped with a short tip or point like an awn. Usually the short extension of a vein beyond the leafy tissue.
Blunt, or without a definite point.