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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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The groups exhibited a wide distribution for the descriptors primary raceme insertion height, mean internode length, number of internodes, number of racemes harvested and fruit dehiscence (Table 2).
Similarly, flowers per raceme and pods per raceme were significantly (Pless than 0.
Both additive and non-additive gene actions were reported in parental accessions and F1 hybrids for pods per main raceme, seed yield and its components (Sood et al.
Each raceme was divided into three parts named early part, intermediate part and late part.
smyrnensis Bunge Raceme disposition in spike-shaped in panicles compound panicles, solitary at their base.
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.
The title of the album, conceived by Raceme and Clayton (who, by the way, makes a foxy lead in Carmen, all six foot of her), suggests that the virtuoso is stepping down from her pedestal to get into the groove.
and other related genera o f the subfamily Noranteoideae by its umbelliformly contracted raceme.
We also retained one raceme per caged plant as a negative control treatment of autogamy, for which flowers were counted and marked but otherwise left unmanipulated.
Racemes dense, slightly or considerably elongated in fruit; rachis densely and minutely puberulent with straight trichomes; fruiting pedicels ascending at base, recurved, divaricate, 2-3 mm, narrowly winged, minutely puberulent all around.