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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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Umbel CFO Iser Cukierman will serve as the company's CFO and GM of the Umbel business unit.
This construction is typical of most umbels, sometimes composed of umbellets or umbellules - umbels of umbels.
I am enthusiastic to be joining Seno at this time and have the opportunity to help deliver to clinicians and patients a tool that will allow for more precise and earlier diagnosis of breast cancer," said Umbel.
Umbel brings more than 30 years of senior executive management experience in medical device and diagnostic companies that range from small startups to major corporations.
In addition to alliums, asters, carnations, Bachelor buttons, milkweeds, mints, daisies of all kinds, coneflowers and zinnias to feed adults, they also require the availability of members of the umbels family (Queen Anne's Lace).
Umbel will be sponsoring the forum for the second time, previously exhibiting at the In-Stadium Fan Experience Summit.
Umbel, on the other hand, puts the data collection and segmentation process back into the hands of companies through audience activator apps that marketers can deploy themselves.
When the hot summer weather hits, the lettuces bolt, as do the edible herbal umbels in the salad bed--dill, cilantro and chervil.
The variation was highly correlated with onion seed set, with higher honey bee visitation showing higher numbers of seeds per umbel.
In May 2001, Huachuca water umbel (Lilaeopsis schaffneriana ssp.
of pleasure-- A California tortoiseshell Fastened to the white umbel of