Veined Sentence Examples
In some cases such as Delesseria, Neurymenia, Fucus, Alaria, the leaf-like structure is provided with a strengthening mid-rib, and when as in Delesseria it is also richly veined the resemblance to the leaf of a flowering plant is striking.
A remarkable fossil from the Scottish Coal-measures (Lithomantis) had apparently small wing-like structures on the prothorax, and in allied genera small veined outgrowths - like tracheal gills - occurred on the abdominal segments.
The prevailing formations appear to be granites which are veined with white quartz, and underlie old sedimentary brown sandstone and limestone formations.
The stem is bushy, with numerous and very leafy branches; the leaves are alternate, leathery in texture, elliptical, obtusely serrated, strongly veined and placed on short channelled footstalks.
Their geological formation is metamorphic gneiss, veined with felspar and quartz, and interspersed with reddish porphyrite.
Among the chief edifices are the old church of St Martin; the town hall, with a Gothic facade; the law courts and the government offices, constructed, like many of the other buildings, of a peculiar veined brown sandstone found in the district.
Curiously veined veneers are obtained from the roots; and the root-shoots are largely employed in the making of crates, coalcorves or baskets, hurdles, withs and bands, whip-handles and other objects.
It is compact, of a fine grain, sometimes beautifully veined, and takes a high polish.
The flowers have an urn-shaped calyx which persists around the fruit and is strongly veined, with five stiff, broad, almost prickly lobes; these, when the soft matter is removed by maceration, form very elegant specimens when associated with leaves prepared in a similar way.
Arum italicum ' pictum ' arum italicum ' pictum ' Arum with beautiful white veined leaves especially in spring.Advertisement
Five veined yellow sepals some 20 - 25 mm across the flower, pollinated by bees close-up.
Choose a dark, furniture style cabinet to place it on, with a heavily veined marble floor.
Iberis Jucunda - Distinct, growing about 2 1/2 inches high, the leaves small, the flowers in small clusters, flesh color, prettily veined with rose in early summer.
Large veined cordate leaves, amongst which nestle the double round flowers of a delicate light saxe-blue color.
The young leaves are tender green, spotted and veined with deep red, while the older ones at the base of the plant are of a rich red-bronze.Advertisement
Bokhara, and is like a huge Platycodon in aspect, but distinct, the flowers being of great beauty, 4 to 6 inches across, of a delicate purple, veined, and varying from seed; the leaves are in whorls.
Horseshoe Vetch (Hippocrepis Comosa) - A small prostrate British plant, with pretty little deep-yellow flowers, in coronilla-like crowns, the upper petal faintly veined with brown, the pinnate leaves small and leaflets smooth.
The flowers are large, the standards white, pencilled and spotted with purple or violet, while the falls are veined with dark purple or purple-black on a yellowish ground, with a conspicuous dark blotch in the centre.
Iris Korolkowi - Of this the leaves are tall, narrow, and upright, the scape, which is about 1 foot or so high, bearing two large flowers of delicate shades of grey and brown, and beautifully veined.
Siberian Flag (Iris Sibirica) - A slender plant, 2 or 3 feet high, with narrow grassy leaves, and in summer somewhat small showy blue flowers, beautifully veined with white and violet.Advertisement
Iris Variegata - A handsome Flag of the Germanica group, 1 to 2 feet high, with large, slightly fragrant flowers, having bright yellow standards and claret-red falls beautifully veined.
Similar in aspect is I. aphylla, with deep lilac falls and white standards veined with purple, whilst there are numerous varieties, the colors of which are varied and beautiful.
Alstromeria Pelegrina - Not so tall or robust as the last; but the flowers are larger, whitish, and beautifully streaked, and veined with purple.
Rattlesnake Plantain (Goodyera) - A beautiful little Orchid, G. pubescens having leaves close to the ground, delicately veined with silver; hardy, distinct, and charming, though its flowers are not showy.
Rock Beauty (Petrocallis) - P. pyrenaica is a beautiful little alpine plant, forming dense cushions 2 to 3 inches high, resembling a mossy Saxifrage, with fragrant pale lilac flowers, faintly veined, coming in April.Advertisement
T. grandiflora has leaves prettily colored and veined like Heuchera Richardsoni, and spikes of small yellowish bell-like flowers, thriving in any soil.
Place a leaf on a piece of construction paper with the veined side facing up.