In a type of venation the lamina consists of a single midrib giving rise to perpendicular lateral veins lacking anastomoses. Such a venation can be seen in

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  1. musa paradisiaca
  2. Oryza sativa
  3. Borassus flabellifer
  4. Zizyphus jujuba
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