Photinia serratifolia

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habit in early Spring--Photinia serratifolia, is an introduced tree that is commonly encountered in urban woodlands in central Texas branches
typical leaf--is this leaf simple or compound?  What leaf shape is present?  What kind of margin is present?  Is this leaf glabrous or pubescent?  Also, notice the new growth at the branch tip. leaf underside--the underside is also glabrous. What kind of venation is present?
fruit in the fall - the terminal infructescence (inflorescence in the fruiting stage) bearing clusters of berries. Does this species have an inferior or superior ovary? How could you tell?