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Label Leaf Margins
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crenate - having rounded teeth.|
entire - having a smooth edge with neither teeth nor lobes.
lobed - divided into rounded or pointed sections and the incisions (cuts) go less than halfway to the midrib.
parted (or cleft) - the margins between the irregular teeth go more than halfway to the midrib.
serrate (or toothed) - having small, pointy teeth that point toward the tip of the leaf.
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