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A large, woody, perennial plant that has one stem and a defined crown of branches and foliage.
A long, narrow ditch dug out of the ground.
A leaf divided into three distinct leaflets, which are attached to a common midrib.
Divided into three; leaves, sepals or petals having three lobes.
A compound leaf that's composed of pinnate leaflets, which are arranged on a bipinnate structure of veins and midrib. See Bipinnate and Pinnate.
Having three sets of chromosomes, as opposed to the usual two of the diploid. Triploid plants are invariably sterile.
A leaf that has a distinctively square end, which may give the appearance of having been cut off.
The woody, main stem of a tree.
A cluster of flowers or fruit.
A storage organ that can take the form of a fleshy root or underground stem, from which new growth develops.