How is a pinnately compound leaf different from a palmately compound leaf?

Answer:

The difference between the pinnately compound leaf and palmately compound leaf is given below.

Pinnately Compound Leaf

Palmately Compound Leaf

The midrib of the leaves is present on a common axis called the rachis

Leaflets are attached at the tip of the petiole.

Examples – Cassia fistula

and neem

Examples – Silk cotton and Cannabis

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