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raceme

an inflorescence in which the flowers are borne along the main stem, with the oldest flowers at the base. It can be simple, as in the foxglove, or compound (see panicle)

Raceme

 

an inflorescence, with an elongated unbranched main axis and flowers that grow acropetally. The flowers are borne on stalks at the bases of which are enveloping bracts, which are sometimes not developed (for example, in the family Cruciferae). Racemes are characteristic of the European bird cherry, lily-of-the-the valley, peas, narrow-leaved lupine, turnip, radish, and other Cruciferae.

raceme

[rā′sēm]
(botany)
An inflorescence on which flowers are borne on stalks of equal length on an unbranched main stalk that continues to grow during flowering.
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2014), in their study on yield and correlations in intercropped castor bean, found a significant positive correlation between bean yield and raceme length, number of fruits per raceme, and number of racemes per plant.
Racemes per square meter had a negative and marginal direct effect on yield (pc= -0.
Inflorescences in racemes or spikes of triads or dyads, bracteates, axillary or terminal.
16 Racemes were randomly selected before the flowers opened, and then were marked and covered with gauze bags (2 mm mesh size) to exclude pollinators in the field and prevent invasion of other undesirable pollen grains.
Those with smaller racemes are effective on low terraced walls.
Racemes sessile and Racemes pedunculate densely flowered and laxly flowered Raceme length (mm) 30.
Plant height, pods per plant, pod length, thousand seed weight, numbers of racemes, oil content, yield/ha.
In the caged array, three pollination treatments were assigned to separate tagged racemes on each plant, replicated for 24 plants (Fig.
Racemes dense, slightly or considerably elongated in fruit; rachis densely and minutely puberulent with straight trichomes; fruiting pedicels ascending at base, recurved, divaricate, 2-3 mm, narrowly winged, minutely puberulent all around.
The basic field design is of scrolling vines with leaves, racemes, flower heads, palmettes, and rosettes derived from well established Persian carpet design--all neatly and realistically redrawn and coloured to suit Mughal taste.
Racemes 6-20 cm long, flowers crowded, pedunculate; pedicles 1 mm long.