Definition of Panicle. Meaning of Panicle. Synonyms of Panicle

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Definition of Panicle

Panicle
Panicle Pan"i*cle, n. [L. panicula a tuft on plants, dim. of panus the thread wound upon the bobbin in a shuttle; cf. Gr. ?, ?; prob. akin to E. pane: cf. F. panicule. See 2d Pane.] (Bot.) A pyramidal form of inflorescence, in which the cluster is loosely branched below and gradually simpler toward the end.

Meaning of Panicle from wikipedia

- A panicle is a much-branched inflorescence. Some authors distinguish it from a compound spike inflorescence, by requiring that the flowers (and fruit)...
- kind of definite compound inflorescence is the panicle (of Webeling, or 'panicle-like cyme'). A panicle is a definite inflorescence that is increasingly...
- Steneotarsonemus spinki, the panicle rice mite, spinki mite, or rice tarsonemid mite, is a species of mite in the family Tarsonemidae, the white mites...
- Hydrangea paniculata, the panicled hydrangea, is a species of flowering plant in the family Hydrangeaceae native to southern and eastern China, Korea,...
- willowherb known by the common names tall willowherb, tall annual willowherb, panicled willowherb and tall fireweed. It is native to and widespread in North America...
- Botrytis cinerea Botryotinia ****eliana [teleomorph] Camarosporium shoot and panicle blight Camarosporium pistaciae Cotton root rot (also known as Phymatotrichum...
- Desmodium paniculatum, called panicled-leaf ticktrefoil, narrow-leaf tick-trefoil, and panicled tickclover, is a perennial herb in the pea family, Fabaceae...
- Cornus racemosa, the northern swamp dogwood, gray dogwood or panicle dogwood, is a shrubby plant native to southeastern Canada and the northeastern United...
- names include panicled aster, tall white aster, eastern line aster, lance-leaf aster, narrow-leaf Michaelmas daisy, and white-panicle aster. This perennial...
- scientific name, e.g. Cimicifuga racemosa. A compound raceme, also called a panicle, has a branching main axis. Examples of racemes occur on mustard (genus...
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