Definition of Corymbosely. Meaning of Corymbosely. Synonyms of Corymbosely

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Definition of Corymbosely

Corymbosely
Corymbosely Co*rym"bose*ly, adv. In corymbs.

Meaning of Corymbosely from wikipedia

- Corymb is a botanical term for an inflorescence with the flowers growing in such a fashion that the outermost are borne on longer pedicels than the inner...
- Scilla peruviana, the Portuguese squill, is a species of Scilla native to the western Mediterranean region in Iberia, Italy, and northwest Africa. Although...
- grated, the leaves develop a citrus-like smell. Flowers are terminal, corymbose, few-flowered, dense and fragrant. Petals are 12–18 mm long, recurved...
- but are rarely if ever locally invasive.[citation needed] Paniculate or corymbose cymes; bracts minute, nonmodified; fruits globose or subglobose, white...
- singly at the end of branches or sometimes in inflorescences of terminal corymbose cymes. The disc florets are pseudo-bi****ual and come in several colors...
- grow from the crown of the root-stock in the spring, these branch in a corymbose fashion. The roots of the plant can reach a depth of up to 6.1 m (20 ft)...
- longitudinal band on the adaxial (upper) side, an inflorescence that is corymbose or pseudocorymbose, tepals that are white with a longitudinal green band...
- to obtuse; base cuneate - attenuate; margin entire. Inflorescence is corymbose cymes. Corolla is white with purple color. Fruit is purplish black with...
- It is a shrub with curved, club-shaped leaves and white flowers in a corymbose-like arrangement on the ends of branchlets. Flowers and fruits sporadically...
- the lobes 6–40 mm wide. Inflorescence very large and dense, compound-corymbose. Individual heads with 30-50 yellow ray florets but no disc florets. Widespread...
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