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ra·ceme

(rā-sēm'),
An optically inactive chemical compound.
See also: racemic.

raceme

(rā-sēm′, rə-)
n.
An inflorescence having stalked flowers arranged singly along an elongated unbranched axis, with the flowers at the bottom opening first.

ra·ceme

(rā-sēm')
An optically inactive chemical compound.
See also: racemic

raceme

an inflorescence in which the main stalk bears the flowers on stalks (pedicels), producing a conical form. An example is the foxglove, in which there is usually no terminal flower.
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Although larger genets produced more racemes and flowers than those smaller, greater pod inflation and higher seed yield were occasional events mainly associated with the latter variables.
sectio Sargassum Leaves and vesicles well differentiated, leaves not retroflex at basis; receptacles usually compound, cylindrical, smooth, arranged in cymes or racemes.
On each tree, 48 mature racemes were randomly labeled, resulting in a total of 192 racemes.
Muscari 'Valerie Finnis' - which is named after the inspiring gardener and photographer - has tubular racemes of charming palest blue flowers that's -tinguish it from the deeper blue of most muscari.
Racemes bearing yellow flowers, arch outward from the cluster.
The prickly evergreen mahonias are also excellent value in the early part of winter, racemes of lemon-yellow, slightly scented flowers carried during November and December.
Lionel Fortescue has bright yellow flowers in upright racemes and is named after an enthusiast from Devon, who also raised the variety Buckland, similar to M.
Grown in a sheltered, sunny corner of the garden and given a decent climbing frame to let its leaf tendrils wrap themselves around, Eccremocarpus scaber can reach upwards of 4 metres (13') in summer, with the racemes of tubular orange, yellow, scarlet or pink flowers hanging gracefully from the young stems.
Hesperidin are frequently detected as a racemes mixture in plant extracts, and the CNS active isomer is the 2S (-) form.
Cavaco, 1962) bear spikes; some specimens of Deeringia (Cavaco, 1962) bear racemes.
Acacias are showy and lushly flowering with Lilliputian flowers, composed of four or five tiny petals and massed stamens forming globular, fluffy, sweetly scented balls, racemes or panicles in winter or spring.