corymbiform

corymbiform

 [ko-rim´bi-form]
clustered; said of lesions grouped around a single, usually larger, lesion.

co·rym·bi·form

(kŏ-rim'bi-fōrm),
Denoting the flowerlike clustering configuration of skin lesions in granulomatous diseases (for example, syphilis, tuberculosis).
[L. corymbus, cluster, garland]

corymbiform

/co·rym·bi·form/ (ko-rim´bĭ-form) clustered; said of lesions grouped around a single, usually larger, lesion.

co·rym·bi·form

(kŏr-im'bi-fōrm)
Denoting the flowerlike clustering configuration of skin lesions in granulomatous diseases (e.g., syphilis, tuberculosis).
[L. corymbus, cluster, garland]

corymbiform

clustered; said of lesions grouped around a single, usually larger, lesion.
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The flowers are formed in terminal corymbiform inflorescences bearing deciduous bracts and bracteoles; each flower possesses three sepals, five reddish petals, ten connate stamens with extrorse anthers, and a superior, unilocular ovary with 4 to 6 ovules attached to parietal placentas.
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flexopedes, differs in having leaves with kinkier hairs and corymbiform flowers.