Which bean leaves are complex or simple? What venation? Leaf location?

Beans have trifoliate leaves, this type of leaf structure is complex, that is, there are several leaf blades that are connected by one petiole. The venation is reticulated, this is when there is one main vein (the largest in thickness) and smaller and thinner veins diverge from it, forming a net. Leaves are arranged alternately, one after another (next).

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