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more or less flat-topped cluster of flowers in which the central or terminal flower opens first

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But in areas where the climate is less stable, this strategy may not work, and it may be more adaptive to produce racemes or cymes where only a fraction of the meristems produce flowers at any one time.
Cooper also announced today that it has acquired Cyme International ("Cyme") of St.
The yellow centers of heliotrope flowers usually turn purple as flowers sequentially mature on each cyme (Munz 1974).
With Eaton s CYME software, Eaton provides customized electrical system studies that address customers unique applications to reduce costs, increase efficiency and improve performance.
haste is best"; line 21: to gecyoanne, hwanan eowre cyme syndon: "to know, from where you come are": to gecyoanne is 'to make known, announce', a literal translation of the last four words in the line would be "whence your comings are".
Due to the fact that every commercial software need to be verified, in the last step, SABA software has been compared again with CYME software, simulating test cases based on real parameters.
Inflorescence type: (0) panicle or compound spike; (1) spike or raceme; (2) dense racemose head; (3) corymb; (4) solitary flower; (5) cyme.
For example, when activation of the fib gene was delayed, a compound cyme (thyrse) was produced instead of the normal single flower.
An example is the inflorescence of Gleditsia triacanthos, a system of racemes except that it is terminated by an ebracteate flower, as in a cyme.
The male inflorescence forms a small cyme of 3-6 flowers and usually produces a stolon complex at the last bifurcation (Fig.
Nasdaq:COGI) (TSE:COG), an innovative IT solutions provider specializing in the development and integration of transactional solutions, today announced the closing of its acquisition of CYME International Inc.
a leader of pole data collection, analysis and management for utility companies; CYME International, a developer of engineering analysis software; OSISoft, a leading provider of software products, including its PI System, designed to manage information in manufacturing and utility settings; and M3i, which provides utility-oriented systems including outage management and distribution management software.
Nasdaq:COGI) (TSE:COG), an innovative IT solutions provider specializing in the development and integration of transactional solutions, today announced that it has entered into a letter agreement for the acquisition of CYME International Inc.
CYMDIST is an engineering tool that requires complex modeling data," said Marc Coursol, vice president of business development at CYME.
The staminate inflorescences are large, showy, loose, axillary, cymose panicles (thyrses), while the pistillate ones are small, obscure, congested, axillary, spicate cymes.