cyme

[n] - more or less flat-topped cluster of flowers in which the central or terminal flower opens first
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Cyme

A branching, relatively flat-topped flower cluster whose central or terminal flower opens first, forcing development of further flowers from lateral buds.
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Cyme

Cyme noun [ Latin cyma the young sprount of a cabbage, from Greek ........., prop., anything swollen, hence also cyme, wave, from ......... to be pregnant.] (Botany) A flattish or convex flower cluster, of the centrifugal or determinate type, differing from a corymb chiefly in the order of t...
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cyme

An inflorescence in which each flower, in turn, is formed at the tip of a growing axis and further flowers are formed on branches arising below it. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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cyme

noun more or less flat-topped cluster of flowers in which the central or terminal flower opens first
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Cyme

• (n.) A flattish or convex flower cluster, of the centrifugal or determinate type, differing from a corymb chiefly in the order of the opening of the blossoms.
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cyme

(from the article `inflorescence`) A cyme is a flat-topped inflorescence in which the central flowers open first, followed by the peripheral flowers, as in the onion (genus Allium)....of the family Zingiberaceae in which the leafy shoots bear no inflorescence. The basic inflorescence type consists of an erect axis bearing main ... [2 re...
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Cyme

[moth] Cyme is a genus of moth in the family Arctiidae. ...
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Cyme

Cyme (sī'mē) , ancient Greek city of W Asia Minor, on the Ionian Sea and N of the present Smyrna in W Asian Turkey. It was the largest and most important of the 12 cities of Aeolis. In the late 5th cent. B.C., Cyme struggled to be free of Persian domination but was only intermittentl...
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Cyme

In botany, a cyme is a mode of inflorescence in which the principal axis terminates in a flower, and a number of secondary axes rise from the primary, each of these terminating in a flower, while from these secondary axes others may arise terminating in the same way, and so on, giving a flat-topped or rounded mass. Examples may be found in the comm...
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Cyme

a broad, flat-topped inflorescence in which the central flower is the first to open (compare corymb)
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Cyme

An inflorescence in which each flower is terminal, either on the main stem or a branch.
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Cyme

A type of inflorescence in which the central flowers open first.
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Cyme

A type of inflorescence in which the central flowers open first.
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cyme

an inflorescence in which each flower, in turn, is formed at the tip of a growing axis, further flowers being formed on branches arising below. adj. cymose
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Cyme

Cluster of flowers with lateral branches each ending in a flower
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Cyme

A broad, more or less flat-topped determinate flower-cluster.
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cyme

An inflorescence where the branches are opposite.
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Cyme

a broad, flat-topped inflorescence in which the central flower is the first to open (compare corymb)
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Cyme

Cluster of flowers with lateral branches each ending in a flower
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