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umbel

an umbrella-shaped inflorescence that forms a RACEME in which the central axis has not elongated. Examples include the flowers of cow parsley, parsley, lovage.
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Mycelial growth of Circinella umbellate on PDA at 28[degrees]C in the dark.
umbellate [10] and another twenty new pregnane glycosides were isolated from the whole plant of Caralluma negevensis [11].
Inflorescence terminal, umbellate, 5-19 cm long, 3-7 cm wide, with 6-10 primary involucral bracts, the lowermost 1-2 leaf-like and exceeding the inflorescence, the uppermost setaceous, lowest involucral bract 10-30 cm long, 1.
Among its congeners, the species is distinctive in having an umbellate branching habit with a long stripe and numerous appressed stripe leaves (Norris and Koponen 1996).
The other rice bean, Vigna umbellate, is a cousin of the cowpea.
These features were put into the designed ANN, and six unknown typical tree crowns (cone, oval, spherical, cylindrical, umbellate, and truncate) could be recognized precisely and effectively.
Design Applications: (medium) (filler flower) Clusters of umbellate florets continue to open, creates visual weight.
Description: Tiny, waxy, orange flowers appear in rounded, umbellate cyme clusters.
Each growing season, a plant produces a series of vegetative leafy shoots and usually one flowering shoot (20-100 cm tall) consisting of a leafy stem bearing a single terminal, umbellate inflorescence.