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  1. than the lower, and the borders are not indented (fig. 12).
  2. Spatulate, when broader above than below, with the sides sloped inwards (fig. 13).
  3. Reniform, broader than long, with an indentation below (fig. 14).
  4. Obcordate, with an indentation above, at the broadest end of the leaf (fig. 16).
  5. Sagittate, or arrow-shaped, pointed above and indented below (fig. 17).
  6. Hastate, very similar to the last, except that there is no indentation at the base, which is horizontal (fig. 18).
  7. Cordate, longer than broad, and with an indentation below (fig. 15).

The general form of the leaf is not the only point