term describing a leaf margin without teeth.
Merriam-Webster Online Dictionaryentire (adjective)
having no element or part left out - whole was alone the entire day
complete in degree - total their entire devotion to their family
a) consisting of one piece
b) - homogeneous unmixed
c) - intact strove to keep the collection entire
having the margin continuous or free from indentations - an entire leaf whole, perfect
archaic the whole - entirety
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- In philately, see Cover
- In mathematics, see Entire function
- In animal fancy and animal husbandry, entire indicates that an animal has not been desexed, that is, spayed or neutered
- In botany, an edge (such as of a leaf, petal, calyx, etc.) is called entire if it has a smooth margin without notches (teeth).
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