Glume

In grasses, either of two empty bracts at the base of a spikelet.

Glume

• (n.) The bracteal covering of the flowers or seeds of grain and grasses; esp., an outer husk or bract of a spikelt.
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glume

<botany> A bract in the inflorescence of a grass, sedge or similar plant. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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glume

(from the article `Poaceae`) ...the spikelet, a small structure consisting of a short axis, the rachilla, to which are attached chaffy, two-ranked, closely overlapping scales. ...
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Glume

Glume (glūm) noun [ Latin gluma hull, husk, from glubere to bark or peel: confer French glume or gloume .] (Botany) The bracteal covering of the flowers or seeds of grain and grasses; esp., an outer husk or bract of a spikelet. Gray.
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Glume

A small chaff-like bract; in particular, one of the two empty bracts at the base of the grass spikelet.
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glume

a specialized, scale-like leaf at the base of a grass spikelet.
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Glume

A sterile scale found in grasses
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Glume

A sterile scale found in grasses
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Glume

In botany, the glume is the imbricate scale-like bract inserted on the axis of the spikelet in Gramineae (grasses) and Cyperaceae (sedges). The glume forms the husk or chaff of grain, and is also called palea or pale.
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Glume

in grasses, the bracts (generally two) that form the lowermost parts of the spikelet
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Glume

in grasses, the bracts (ly two) that form the lowermost parts of the spikelet
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glume

one of the two bracts at the base of the grass spikelet, called the lower and upper glumes, due to their position on the rachilla. Also used in Apiaceae, Cyperaceae for the very small bracts on the spikelet in which each flower is subtended by one floral glume and in which there are often several empty glumes at the base. adj. glumaceous
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glume

[n] - small dry membranous bract found in inflorescences of Gramineae and Cyperaceae
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