(a) Simple or tubular gland, (b) compound or racemose gland.
General term for any loose and irregular flower-cluster, commonly of the racemose type, with pedicellate flowers.
Spikelets 3–many-flowered, panicled or racemose; the flowers not webby at base.
Racemose: like a bunch of grapes: applied to ovaries when they form bunches or sacs.
Flowers axillary, racemose, with a scale at the base of the peduncle, some hermaphrodite and others lacking pistils.
Flowers yellowish-white, terminal in racemose panicles with opposite peduncles.
Flowers monœcious; staminate white and racemose; pistillate solitary, growing at the base of the staminate racemes.
Flowers axillary, in racemose panicles of a few flowers each.
Flowers in racemose or panicled clusters, the fertile above, the staminate below.
In the bell-flower (Campanula) there is a racemose uniparous cyme.