cymose


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cymose

[′sī‚mōs]
(botany)
Of, pertaining to, or resembling a cyme.
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Erect plants with broad leaves; capitulescences monocephalous to cymose with numerous capitula.
Capitulescences cymose, glomerate, axillary or terminal; capitula long-pedunculate to subsessile, homogamous, one-flowered; receptacle epaleate; involucre multiseriate.
Also in the Alismataceae and the related Limnocharitaceae it is common to find cymose clusters of flowers in which the cymose development is terminated by the formation of a vegetative bud (Charlton, 1973; Wilder, 1974a).
The LFY/FLO homologs are essential for normal development in plants with cymose inflorescences (the sympodial growth of the Solonaceae) and racemose inflorescences (simple and compound).
Inflorescence solitary or cymose (usually dichasial, rarely monochasial), seldom racemose; bracteoles may be present even large and foliar or connate and adnate to the calyx (Zonanthus).