The correct option is A Grasses and Palms Venation is the arrangement of veins on the leaves. It is basically of 2 types, reticulate and parallel. Reticulate venation involves irregular distribution of veins to form a network. Parallel venation involves the veins running parallel to each other. In pinnate or unicostate venation, the lamina has a single principal vein or midrib. It produces lateral veins. In palmate or multicostate venation, lamina has more than one principal vein. In Grasses and Palms, the venation is multicostate parallel.