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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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For the number of racemes harvested, the groups that contained a large number of lines with high numbers of racemes, with productive potential, were 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 10, 14, 15, and 19 (Table 2).
Number of racemes per square meter: A decrease with increase in concentration from 0.
On each tree, 48 mature racemes were randomly labeled, resulting in a total of 192 racemes.
Wisterias, however, are even better grown on arches and pergolas where the picturesque twining habit is seen to best advantage, the racemes cascading to their full length in profusion beneath the emerging foliage.
1 Leaves vaginate T aphylla 1 Leaves sessile with a narrow base, sometimes slightly auriculate at their lower half but never vaginate 2 Flowers tetramerous T parviflora 2 Flowers pentamerous 3 Staminal filaments arising from the apex of the nectariferous disc lobes T gallica 3 Staminal filaments arising between the nectariferous disc lobes 4 Inflorescences with both solitary and fasciculate racemes (groups from 2 to 4) T hohenackeri 4 Inflorescences with racemes always solitary 5 Racemes 5-7 mm wide.
bracteata were randomly selected for study and each were counted for ramets, racemes, flowers, inflated pods, and seeds matured, date of onset of flowering, and flowering duration.
At the end of the season, plant height (cm), numbers of racemes, number of pods per plant, number of seeds per pod, length of pod (cm) and weight of 1000 seeds were recorded from six plants by randomly selecting three plants in each of the 3rd and 4th row of all the plots.
Genista maderensis has long racemes of fragrant yellow flowers but is tender so best as a conservatory or patio plant, overwintered under glass.
filipes are presented on erect racemes easily accessible for mechanical seed harvest by combine.
Fruits indehiscent; plants perennial, rhizomatous; fruiting racemes hardly elongated 3 2.
What is striking in this carpet is its field design that shows animals, real and mythical, leaping to fight and pursue one another against a background network of scrolling vines connecting racemes, leaves, palmettes, and rosettes in a repeat pattern.