racemose


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having stalked flowers along an elongated stem that continue to open in succession from below as the stem continues to grow

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Brain parenchymal, subarachnoid racemose, and intraventricular cysticercosis in an Indian man.
Inflorescence racemose, simple, suberect-ascending, distinctly exceeding the leaves, 18-24 cm long, rachis straight, subangulose, 2-5 mm in diameter, green, glabrous; floral bracts lanceolate, acuminate, 13-40 x 3-10 mm, entire, thin in texture, green, suberect, adaxially sparsely but coarsely brown lepidote at the apex to glabrous, equaling 1/3 to 3/4 of the sepals length but not hiding them.
Poppe and Goto (1992) proposed that the genera Adelomelon and Odontocymbiola are synonyms, although Adelomelon has radular teeth cuspids in the same plane and very short racemose salivary ducts, whereas Odontocymbiola has strongly curved, "fang-like" teeth, and very long racemose salivary ducts, as described by Clench and Turner (1964).
5 m long; the inflorescences are lateral or terminal, racemose or more commonly paniculate, from 50 cm high and in some cases up to 2.
The flowers appear to fit a generalist insect pollination syndrome as they are small and actinomorphic with white to yellowish or greenish petals, presented in dense clusters of racemose cymes (Fig.
There are three distinct types of cysticerci: cellulose cysticerci, which are fluid-filled vesicles containing a single inverted larva; intermediate cysticerci, which are fluid-filled vesicles containing a scolex; and racemose cysticerci, which consist of a grape-like mass with several connected fluid-filled vesicles and a dead scolex.
Radiologic manifestations of intraventricular and subarachnoid racemose neurocysticercosis.
with acropetal anthesis which characterizes a racemose construction (Fig.
Seppic Paris, France Tel: (33) 1 40 62 55 59 Fax: (32) 1 40 62 52 53 Phyto-Age Description: Cimicifuga racemose extract Applications: anti-aging care products--mature skin care, restructuring care, "anti-actinic aging" care, anti-aging hair care Use levels: 0.
A rounded or flat-topped inflorescence of racemose type in which the lower (outer) flower stalks (pedicels) are longer than the upper (inner) ones so that all the flowers are at about the same level.
Inflorescences axillary or terminal, racemose, 2-33 flowered; bracts persistent or deciduous; bracteoles absent; flowers zygomorphic or asymmetric; Sepals 5, two smaller and three larger; petals 5, yellow or orange base; stamens 7, heteromorphic, 4 smaller median, subsessile, fillet erect, 2-3 abaxial larger, 2 laterals, fillets curved, twice the length of the anthers, 1 central, fillet erect, less than anther, 3-4 adaxial staminodes, anthers dehiscent through apical sutures.
CT Angiography showed dilated tortuous contrast filled channels within the parieto-occipital scalp swelling which form a racemose baggy network with simultaneous early filling of scalp vein and dural sinuses indicating arteriovenous malformation (Fig-4, 5).