umbel

[n] - flat-topped or rounded inflorescence characteristic of the family Umbelliferae in which the individual flower stalks arise from about the same point
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Umbel

A form a branching of an inflorescence where the branches radiate out from one point. Reminisant of the spokes of an inside out umbrella. Plants belonging to the family Apiaceae classically have umbels.
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Umbel

A flat flowerhead, with all the pedicels arising from the same point.
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Umbel

A flowering head where the pedicels (individual flower stems) all spring from one point, usually the end of the peduncle.
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Umbel

A flower grouping with individual flower stalks or floral groupings radiating from a central axis; often flat-topped and umbrella-like.
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umbel

<plant biology> A racemose inflorescence in which all the individual flower stalks arise in a cluster at the top of the peduncle and are of about equal length. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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umbel

noun flat-topped or rounded inflorescence characteristic of the family Umbelliferae in which the individual flower stalks arise from about the same point; youngest flowers are at the center
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Umbel

• (n.) A kind of flower cluster in which the flower stalks radiate from a common point, as in the carrot and milkweed. It is simple or compound; in the latter case, each peduncle bears another little umbel, called umbellet, or umbellule.
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umbel

(from the article `inflorescence`) In an umbel, each of the pedicels initiates from about the same point at the tip of the peduncle, giving the appearance of an umbrella-like shape, as ... If the axis is short or stunted, the flowers arise from a common point and appear to be at approximately the same level. This pattern, called an ... ...
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umbel

umbel, umbellate, umbella 1. In botany [diminutive of umbra, shadow], a flat-topped or rounded flower cluster (umbrella-shaped flower head) in which the individual flower stalks spring from about the same point in an axis, as in the carrot, parsley, dill, fennel, and related plants. 2. A typically umbrella-shaped inflorescence in which all pedicels...
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Umbel

The flowering part of a plant made up of a cluster of flowers, as with lantana.
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Umbel

A cluster of flowers with stalks arising from the same point.
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Umbel

The flowering part of a plant made up of a cluster of flowers, as with lantana.
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UMBEL

UMBEL, short for Upper Mapping and Binding Exchange Layer, is an extracted subset of OpenCyc, providing the Cyc data in an RDF ontology based on SKOS and OWL 2. According to its Web site, UMBEL `is designed to help content interoperate on the Web.` UMBEL has two main functions: UMBEL is a prominent class structure used in Linked Data, along with.....
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Umbel

An inflorescence with several to many stalked flowers arising from a common point, like the stems of a candelabra.
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UMBEL

A flower structure shaped like an umbrella.
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Umbel

An umbel is an inflorescence in which all the flowers are borne upon pedicels of equal length arising from a common centre. The arrangement is characteristic of the Umbelliferae family.
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Umbel

an inflorescence in which the flower stalks arise from a common point (in a compound umbel, this branching is repeated)
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umbel

A mostly flat topped flower cluster in which individual flower stems radiate from a common point, like the ribs of an umbrella.
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Umbel

An umbel is an inflorescence which consists of a number of short flower stalks (called pedicels) which spread from a common point, somewhat like umbrella ribs. The arrangement can vary from being flat topped to almost spherical. Umbels can be simple or compound. The secondary umbels of compound umbels are known as umbellules{cn|date=August 2014} o...
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Umbel

A cluster of flowers in which the flower stalks arise from the same level.
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Umbel

A cluster of flowers in which the flower stalks arise from the same level.
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umbel

an inflorescence in which the pedicels originate from one point on top of the peduncle and are usually of equal length. adj. umbellate
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Umbel

Flat or domed-topped flower cluster with all the stems originating at the same place, as for example in cow parsley
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Umbel

A cluster of flowers with stalks arising from the same point.
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