fasciculate


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fasciculate

[fə′sik·yə·lət]
(botany)
Arranged in tufts or fascicles.
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Polycephalae are capitate, and those of Pseudocapitatae are fasciculate.
2003) and Jestrow (unpublished) Parameter Bernardia Lasiocroton Leaf Glands Present Absent Margin Dentate Entire to sinuate Stipules Present Absent Trichomes Simple, fasciculate, Rugose-stellate stellate Flower Anthers Basifixed Subdorsifixed Male disk glands Interstaminal or none Annular Pistillode Absent Filiform or absent Infloresence Pistillate infloresence Racemose to spicate Racemose to subpaniculate Pistillate rachis 1 mm to 20 cm 5 cm to 25 cm length Pollen Operculum Absent Fusiform Tectum Punctate to reticulate Crotonoid Costa ectocolpi Present Absent Margo Present Absent
Indumentum of fasciculate branched and small glandular hairs.
Inflorescence terminal or axillary, racemose, spicate, corymbose, umbellate, fasciculate, capitate, or of solitary flowers; bracts and bracteoles extremely various; flower articulated or continuous with pedicel.
Inflorescence terminal or axillary, racemose, paniculate, or fasciculate, or of solitary flowers; bracts present, bracteoles usually paired, variable in position; flower articulated or continuous with pedicel.