The upcoming discussion will update you about the differences between Pinnate and Palmate Compound Leaves.
Difference # Pinnate Compound Leaves:
1. It has a feather like outline.
2. Leaflets are borne on an elongated axis.
3. Leaflets bearing axis is a continuation of petiole or a branch of midrib.
4. Leaflets occur in two rows.
5. A joint is not present between the leaflet and its axis.
Difference # Palmate Compound Leaves:
1. The leaf resembles the palm of hand.
2. Leaflets are attached to a common point.
3. Leaflet bearing point represents the tip of petiole.
4. All leaflets are clustered together.
5. A joint is usually found between the leaflet and its point of attachment.