Parallel venation refers to a pattern in the veins of a leaf where the secondary veins run parallel to each other off of a central, perpendicular primary vein. Parallel venation is also sometimes used to describe a simil... More »

Reticulated venation is one of three classifications of vein patterns found in a leaf. In leaves with reticulated venation, veins are interconnected and form a web-like network. More »

Monocot leaves posses parallel venation, meaning the veins of the leaf run in parallel lines. Examples of these types of leaves include grasses, lilies and tulips. More »

Netted venation is a form of leaf venation composed of veins arranged in a net-like pattern. The veins branch from the major midribs and split into smaller stands of veinlets, which subsequently unite to form a composite... More »

Reticulated venation is one of three classifications of vein patterns found in a leaf. In leaves with reticulated venation, veins are interconnected and form a web-like network. More »

Venation is pinnate if all veins extend individually from the midrib outward, or palmate if principal veins branch from the petiole near the leaf base. Pinnate and palmate venation are forms of net-venation where veins s... More »

Monocot leaves posses parallel venation, meaning the veins of the leaf run in parallel lines. Examples of these types of leaves include grasses, lilies and tulips. More »