A flowering; the putting forth and unfolding of blossoms.
The mode of flowering, or the general arrangement and disposition of the flowers with reference to the axis, and to each other.
An axis on which all the buds are flower buds.
The part of a plant that bears the flowers.
The flowering portion of the orchid, in whatever of the various general arrangements, such as raceme, panicle, or solitary scape; often loosely referred to as the â€œspike.
The organ bearing an aggregation of flowers in a flowering plant.
The arrangement of flowers on a stalk where several are present, as a spike, raceme, head, panicle
n. (L. inflorescere, to begin to blossom) a flower or putting forth blossoms; the mode of development and arrangement of flowers on an axis; a flowering branch.
a special branch-system which bears flowers.
The arrangement of flowers on the stem. A flower head.
The flowering axis or other panicle. Specialised flowering structure of a plant such as an umbel, raceme, spike etc.
Flowering structure with a definite arrangement of flowers.
A floral arrangement on a branch system such as a spike, raceme, panicle, corymb, cyme or umbel.
The collective term for the flower cluster of any plant.
the flowering part of the plant.
arrangements of flowers on a single stalk.
The flowering part of plants ; its mode of arrangement.
A group of flowers growing on one stem.
The way that a plant arranges its flowers on an axis or stem.
A structure composed of several flowers.
The arrangement of flowers on the plant stem.
Technically, the way flowers are arranged
the flowers of a plant; usually referring to grouped or clustered flowers.
a discrete group of flowers on an individual plant.
a group or cluster of flower s on a branch of a plant
a structure that holds a group of flowers
The group of flowers named collectively; their arrangement on the stem.
a group of flowers borne on a stem.
Of flowers - usually arranged around a single axis, as in F. paniculata or F. arborescens.
The flowering arrangement of a plant, as in panicle or raceme.
The flowering part of the grass, borne at the end of the stem. It can be a spike or branching. Also called the flowerhead.
The flowering portion of the orchid, in whatever of the various general arrangements, often called the bloom spike or spike.
the arrangement of flowers on an axis, may be simple or compound
The flower head of a plant.
The flowering portion of a plant.
A flower cluster. The main types of inflorescences are spikes, racemes, panicles, corymbs, umbels and cymes.
cluster of flowers on a plant
A specialized branching stem bearing more than a single flower, for example, a male catkin.
inflorescence A flower cluster on a plant, often at the top, on the same axis, above the leaves. The way in which flowers are arranged or develop on an axis. Very variable from one species to another. (see also spike, raceme)
Plant part – a floral system consisting of more than one flower.
A floral axis that contains many individual flowers in a specific arrangement; also a flower cluster.
The mode of arrangements of the flowers of plants.
the group or arrangement in which flowers are borne on a plant.
arrangement of flowers on stem structural types.
a characteristic flower cluster
The arrangement of the flowers on the floral axis-a flower cluster.
the flowering part of a hosta including the raceme, peduncle, pedicel and flower.
The flower cluster of a plant.
the arrangement of flowers in relation to the stem and to each other.
The flowering section of a plant.
The grouping of flowers on a shoot. Forest Management
Flowerhead of a plant.
the part of the plant that holds or contains the flower or flower cluster.
The mode of arrangement of the flowers of plants. 101
the entire flower cluster
Group of flowers arranged in the same stem.
Flowering branch, above the last stem leaves, including bracts and flowers
A flowering system consisting of more than one flower.
The development and arrangement of flowers on a stem; a flower cluster.
Flowers arranged in a group or cluster.
Flowering part of a plant.
A flower or fruit cluster including axis or bracts but not vegatative leaves.
a flowering arrangement which consists of more than one flower
Flowering branch; portion of stem, bracts and flowers above the last stem leaves.
A cluster of flowers.
Inflorescence is the a type of flower in which there is more that one flower in a single structure.
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the time and process of budding and unfolding of blossoms
a floral structure.