A flat-topped or convex cluster of flowers, each on its own footstalk, and arising from different points of a common axis, the outermost blossoms expanding first, as in the hawthorn.
Any flattish flower cluster, whatever be the order of blooming, or a similar shaped cluster of fruit.
A raceme with lower pedicels elongated so that the top of the inflorescence is nearly flat.
n. (Gr. korys, a helmet) a racemose type of inflorescence in which the lower pedicels are successively elongated forming a more or less flat-topped inflorescence, the outer flowers opening before the inner.
(corymbose): a short, broad inflorescence, with the outer flowers opening first.
flat-topped group of flowers.
Flat topped raceme formed by proportionally longer lower flower stalks.
Type of raceme flower cluster in which the pedicels of the lower flowers are longer than the pedicels of the upper flowers, resulting in a flattopped flower cluster.
Raceme with the pedicels of the lowermost flowers elongated, bringing all flowers to more or less the same level, i.e., a flat-topped raceme (Fig. 4.30).
A flat toped or rounded inflorescence with the outer most flowers on the longest stalks.
A flat-topped or round-topped inflorescence, with the lower pedicels longer than the upper. [HJ
A generally flat-topped flower cluster with pedicels varying in length, the outer flowers opening first.
flat-topped or convex inflorescence in which the individual flower stalks grow upward from various points on the main stem to approximately the same height; outer flowers open first
a racemose (see raceme ) inflorescence that is flat-topped or convex because the outer pedicels are progressively longer than the inner ones (see also umbel )
A flat-topped flower cluster with the first flowers opening on the outside.
Cluster of flowers growing from different points with stems of different lengths - forming a flat or round top.
Flat or convex inflorescence with longer outer flower stalks.
inflorescence in which pedicels branch at different points from the peduncle but flowers form a flat top
where the cluster of flowers is brought more or less to the same level.
a convex or flat-topped flower cluster in which the outer flowers bloom first and the pedicels become progressively longer toward the base of the rachis.
a type of flat-topped, branched inflorescence.
a flat or convex flower cluster, with branches arising at differnt levels and flowers opening at the outer edges first.
A flat-topped or convex flower cluster with the outer flowers blooming first. See drawing of inflorescence types.
a flat or convex cluster of flowers in which the flowers lie as a dome or dish
a racemose inflorescence in which the pedicels of the lower flowers are longer than those of the flowers above, bringing all flowers to about the same level.
Short, broad, more or less flat-topped indeterminate inflorescence, the outer flowers opening first.
a flat-top raceme in which the pedicels of the lower flower are longer than those of the upper ones.
A bunch of flowers in which those springing from the lower part of the flower stalk are supported on long stalks so as to be nearly on a level with the upper ones. 45
a flat-topped or convex open flower cluster, in which the outer flowers opening first.
A flat-topped or convex indeterminate cluster of flowers.
Raceme with Pedicels becoming shorter near the top so that the flowers are on the same level.
A flat-topped or round-topped flower cluster, the flowers opening from the outside inward.
A flat-topped or convex racemose inflorescence, the lower or outer pedicels longer with their flowers opening first.
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