36), and called circinate; or folded laterally, conduplicate (fig.
- Transverse section of a conduplicate leaf.
Each is conduplicate, and one embraces the edge of the other.
42), or are folded inwards by their margin and become induplicate; or a conduplicate leaf covers another similarly folded, which in turn covers a third, and thus the vernation is equitant (fig.
43), as in privet; or conduplicate leaves are placed so that the half of the one covers the half of another, and thus they become half-equitant or obvolute (fig.