Inflorescence

An inflorescence is a group or cluster of flowers arranged on a stem that is composed of a main branch or a complicated arrangement of branches. Morphologically, it is the part of the shoot of seed plants where flowers are formed and which is accordingly modified. The modifications can involve the length and the nature of the internodes and the ph...
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Inflorescence

• (n.) A flowering; the putting forth and unfolding of blossoms. • (n.) An axis on which all the flower buds. • (n.) The mode of flowering, or the general arrangement and disposition of the flowers with reference to the axis, and to each other.
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Inflorescence

In`flo·res'cence noun [ Latin inflorescens , present participle of inflorescere to begin to blossom; prefix in- in + florescere to begin to blossom: confer French inflorescence . See Florescent .] 1. A flowering; the putting forth and unfolding of bl...
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inflorescence

A cluster of flowers.
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Inflorescence

A cluster of flowers.
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Inflorescence

A cluster of flowers.
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inflorescence

A cluster of flowers.
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Inflorescence

A group of flowers arising from one stem
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Inflorescence

A group of flowers arising from one stem
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inflorescence

in a flowering plant, a cluster of flowers on a branch or a system of branches. An inflorescence is categorized on the basis of the arrangement of ... [13 related articles]
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Inflorescence

In botany, inflorescence is the mode of flowering of any species of plant, that is, the manner in which its blossoms are grouped together, and in some cases in which they successively open. The principal forms of inflorescence are the amentum, corymb, cyme, head or capitulum, fascicle, raceme, panicle, thyrsus, spike, whorl; centrifugal and centrip...
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inflorescence

In plants, a branch, or system of branches, bearing two or more individual flowers. Inflorescences can be divided into two main types: cymose (or definite) and racemose (or indefinite). In a cymose inflorescence, the tip of the main axis produces a single flower and subsequent flowers arise on lower side branches, as in forget-me-not &l...
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inflorescence

Latin name for the inflorescence (the Geschein); see below blossom,
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Inflorescence

Mode of flower-bearing; technically less correct but much more common in the sense of a flower-cluster.
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inflorescence

Of flowers - usually arranged around a single axis, as in F. paniculata or F. arborescens.
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inflorescence

process of producing flowers; flowering
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inflorescence

several flowers closely grouped together to form an efficient structured unit; the grouping or arrangement of flowers on a plant.
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Inflorescence

Technically, the way flowers are arranged in a cluster; generally, a flower cluster.
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Inflorescence

The arrangement of flowers and their associated parts.
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inflorescence

the arrangement of flowers in relation to the axis and to each other
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Inflorescence

The arrangement of flowers on the floral stem; a flower cluster.
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Inflorescence

The arrangement of flowers on the stem. Basically, a flower head.
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inflorescence

the arrangement of the flowers, used to collectively include the flowers, the rhachis and the peduncle
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inflorescence

the entire flower cluster of a plant.
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Inflorescence

The flowering part of a plant.
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