A leaf of one piece
The blade of a simple leaf is undivided, though it may be lobed. Compare to compound leaf.
A leaf that has a single leaflike blade, although this may be lobed or divided.
A simple leaf is not divided into leaflets, but it may have lobes or be deeply serrated.
Leaf occurring as one unit. (with no leaflets.)
A leaf in which the blade is a single unit and not subdivided into leaflets.
a leaf that consists of a single blade and is connected to the stem through a petiole.
an undivided leaf.
A leaf in which the blade does not form leaflets.
a single leaf blade with a bud at the base of the leafstem.
a leaf composed of a single blade (view leaf pattern diagram)
A leaf with an undivided blade.
one with a blade in one piece; not compound.
The most common type of leaf, where a single leaf blade attaches to a petiole, which then attaches to a twig of the plant. In autumn, both the leaf blade and the petiole detach from the twig as a single unit, completing leaf abscission.
A single leaf blade, not compound.
A simple leaf is a leaf with only one lamina for each petiole (that is, each leaf blade has one stem).