inflorescence[ in-flaw-res-uh ns, -floh-, -fluh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF inflorescence
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INFLORESCENCE
From a portion of a barley crop the inflorescence was removed as soon as it appeared.
This form of inflorescence is known technically as a “raceme.”
Inflorescence is an open or contracted or spiciform panicle.
Cattle eat it when young, but avoid it when the inflorescence is mature.
The front side of a flower, remote from the axis of inflorescence.
The back side of a flower, next to the axis of inflorescence.
They differ more or less as to capsules, seeds, inflorescence, etc.
Diminutive of corona, a crown, alluding to the inflorescence.
In the inflorescence and fruit it differs not from G. racemosa.
Spike, an inflorescence like a raceme, only the flowers are sessile, 74.