What type of leaf do raspberries, rye, sour, peas, cuffs have?

In raspberries, the leaf is petiolate, complex-triple (3 leaf blades on one petiole), with reticular veins and a jagged edge.
The rye leaf is sessile, simple, with parallel venation and a smooth edge.
Oxalis has a petiolate, complex triple leaf, with reticular veins and a smooth edge.
Pea leaves are petiolate, complex – paired-pinnate (the number of plates is paired), with reticular veins, and smooth edges.
The cuff has a petioled, simple leaf, with reticular veins, the leaf blade is dissected.


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