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Angiosperm Families - Aceraceae Juss.
... morphology. Flowers aggregated in ‘inflorescences’; in fascicles, in racemes, and in corymbs. The terminal inflorescence unit racemose. Inflorescences terminal, or axillary; racemose, corymbose or fasciculate. Flowers regular; 4 merous, or 5 merous ...
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Angiosperm Families - Aegicerataceae Blume
... , fruit and seed morphology. Flowers aggregated in ‘inflorescences’; in racemes, or in umbels. Inflorescences terminal, or axillary; sessile terminal or axillary umbels, or short branched racemes. Flowers ebracteate; ebracteolate; small; somewhat irregular ...
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Sections - Croton Research Network
... ; leaves alternate, pinnately veined, entire, eglandular at base; stipules glandular-lobed; inflorescences terminal, without bisexual cymules; petals reduced in pistillate flowers; stamens 10-12 ... , pinnately veined, entire, eglandular at base; stipules glandular-lobed (sometimes obsolete); inflorescences terminal, without bisexual cymules; petals reduced in pistillate flowers; stamens 10-15; ...
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Lonicera ciliosa... Orange Honeysuckle
... (Honeysuckle family) Photo taken at Tumwater Canyon, dry, partially shaded slope 2001 Thayne Tuason Flowers: inflorescences terminal; flowers irregular, orange-yellow to orange-red (the flowers in the photo are more red ...
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MBG: Research: Mesoamerica: Chrysochlamys
... ; major lateral veins mostly prominent, resin canals sometimes visible in dried material. Inflorescences terminal (rarely left pseudo-axillary by the dominant growth of an axillary, vegetative ... terminal inflorescences that are often left in an apparently axillary position (only one per node) by the dominant axillary vegetative shoot. It also sometimes has unambiguously terminal inflorescences ...
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MBG: Research: Projects: South America: Venezuelan Guayana
... entire; stipules absent, but small gland-like structures sometimes present at base of petiole. Inflorescences terminal or axillary, cymose, or flowers solitary. Flowers bisexual or unisexual (plants either hermaphroditic, ... the stem); flowers bisexual, anthers > 2 mm long; stigmas minute, porose ..... 10 9. Terminal bud usually without scales; flowers usually unisexual; anthers usually less than 2 mm ...
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RLEM 610 Grasses and Grasslands
... are used for specialized panicle inflorescences. The spike, spicate raceme, and raceme inflorescences do not have branches arising from the central axis (rachis). With these inflorescences the spikelets either are ... in the Andropogoneae tribe, is repeated at all nodes of the inflorescence except the terminal node, where one sessile and two pedicellate spikelets are normal. The inflorescence types ...
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Orchid Glossary - The Plant Growth Habits
... perpendicular to the horizon with very strong apical dominance. Flowers are borne on axillary inflorescences. Terminal buds remain vegetative, e.g., Phalaenopsis. Offset (AWF-set) -- A lateral shoot, above ground ... whose main stem grows horizontally and that has determinate lateral branches. Flower spikes are terminal or axillary, e.g., Laelia. Terrestrial (ter-RES-tree-al) -- Plants that grow in ...
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Orchid Glossary - The Inflorescence
... pseudobulb, as in Lycaste. Denterminate (dee-TER-min-ayt) -- Said of an inflorescence when the terminal flower opens first, thus preventing any further elongation of the flower spike. Head (HED) -- Having ... that are without stems. Spray (SPRAY) -- A general term used to describe all types of inflorescences. Terminal (TER-min-al) -- When flowers arise from the tip of the growth, as in Cattleya ...
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Inflorescences
... Inflorescences Inflorescences How flowers are arranged on the stem Shape Name and ... is a branched raceme, each branch having a smaller raceme of flowers. The terminal bud of each branch continues to grow, producing more side shoots and more ... denser spike in drier conditions. I generally refer to anything in long, thin inflorescences as a spike, and anything more rounded as a cluster. Knowing how ...
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