Prefix meaning inverted, in reverse direction.
Tapering and widest towards the apex or inversely lanceolate.
Slanting; of a leaf, larger on one side of the midrib than the other, in other words asymmetrical.
Roughly elliptical or reverse egg shaped and widdest near the apex (i.e., the terminal half broader than the basal half).
Blunt or rounded at the apex, with the sides meeting at an angle greater than 90°.
A pair of organs attached at nodes in pairs on either side of a stem or axis.
Almost or approximately circular.
A reduction in vigor of offspring from distant parents. It can occur when a locally adapted population is moved and mixed with plants adapted to different conditions.
Marked reduction in leaf number in the outer canopy in exposed high light environments over winter.
Planar, shaped like a flattened circle, symmetrical about both the long and the short axis; about twice as long as broad, tapering equally both to the tip and the base. Synonymous with elliptical.
Part of a flower containing the ovules and later the seeds.
Egg-shaped and widest at base.
Oval; egg–shaped, with rounded base and apex.