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dichasium (dī-kā′zē-əm, -zhē-əm, -zhəm)
n. pl. dicha·sia (-zē-ə, -zhē-ə, -zhə)
A cyme having two lateral flowers or branches originating from opposite points beneath a terminal flower.
di·cha′si·al (-zē-əl, -zhē-əl, -zhəl) adj.
dichasium a CYME where the branches are opposite and approximately equal.
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, 2-forked, one per axil of the distal most leaves, reaching 1 x 1 mm when fully developed.
The differentiation of the enrichment zone into a basal "special enrichment zone" and a terminal zone with equal short paracladia of single flowers or dichasial
short paracladia, such as seen in Adenophora liliiflora (Fig.
Description: Fragrant complex panicles or dichasial
cymes of white or pinkish white florets.