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flat-topped or convex inflorescence in which the individual flower stalks grow upward from various points on the main stem to approximately the same height

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Racemes corymbose, elongated considerably in fruit; rachis straight; fruiting pedicels slender, 7-15 mm long, ascending to divaricate, straight, glabrous.
Capitulescences monocephalous or few at the end of the branches, or laxly to densely corymbose, racemose to paniculate, rarely glomerulose or pseudocephalia.
Capitulescences monocephalous, two- to three-headed at the end of the branches, laxly to densely corymbose, racemose, paniculate to glomerulose or pseudocephalia.
Inflorescence sessile, corymbose, densely bipinnate, ellipsoid, 3.
Capitulescences monocephalous, corymbose, racemose, paniculate to glomerulose cymes; capitula pedunculate to subsessile, homogamous or less commonly heterogamous, discoid or disciform; receptacle epaleate; involucre multiseriate, occasionally the phyllaries decurrent onto the peduncle.
Racemes several to many flowered, dense or lax, ebracteate, corymbose, elongated slightly in fruit; rachis straight; fruiting pedicels slender, ascending to divaricate.
Capitulescences monocephalous or paniculate to corymbose, terminal; capitula pedunculate, homogamous or heterogamous, radiate; receptacle epaleate, setose; involucre multiseriate.
Capitulescences corymbose to paniculate; capitula pedunculate to subsessile, homogamous, discoid or radiate; receptacle paleaceous, paleae thin, scarious, embracing the central florets; involucre one- to two-seriate.
Capitulescences monocephalous or two- to ten-headed, loosely to densely corymbose to racemose; capitula massive, short-pedunculate to sessile, homogamous, discoid; receptacle strongly paleate-setiferous to epaleate, paleae long-linear, flat; involucre multiseriate.
Inflorescence terminal or axillary, racemose, spicate, corymbose, umbellate, fasciculate, capitate, or of solitary flowers; bracts and bracteoles extremely various; flower articulated or continuous with pedicel.
Synflorescence: All of the individual inflorescences considered together; for example a corymbose synflorescence is often found in the genus Solidago.