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What is reticulate venation?


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Venation:

  1. Venation is the arrangement of veins and veinlets on a leaf's lamina.
  2. Reticulate and parallel venation are the two forms of venation.
  3. Reticulate venation: veins and veinlets are unevenly dispersed throughout the whole lamina in certain leaves, producing a network.
  4. Veins are joined in this way to produce a web-like network.
  5. It may be seen in the leaves of rose bushes, tulsi, and maple trees, and is one of the most prevalent vein forms in leaves.

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