Compound leaves are found in many ferns. (True or False)

True

Explanation

A leaf whose blade is divided into two or more distinct leaflets is called compound leaf. Almost all ferns have pinnate leaves with one central axis and smaller branches. Such leaves are also called as ”frond”. Ferns have a fibrous root that can easily absorb water and all nutrients required for successful growth.

  • Leaves of ferns are known as fronds.
  • They are green and have a feathery structure.
  • The height of ferns varies from 2 inches to 30 feet.
  • Fern can also be reproduced from the rhizome and leaves.

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