Definition of Raceme. Meaning of Raceme. Synonyms of Raceme

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Definition of Raceme

Raceme
Raceme Ra*ceme", n. [L. racemus a bunch of berries, a cluster of grapes. See Raisin.] (Bot.) A flower cluster with an elongated axis and many one-flowered lateral pedicels, as in the currant and chokecherry. Compound raceme, one having the lower pedicels developed into secondary racemes.

Meaning of Raceme from wikipedia

- A raceme (/reɪˈsiːm, rə-/) or racemoid is an unbranched, indeterminate type of inflorescence bearing flowers having short floral stalks along the shoots...
- In chemistry, racemization is a conversion, by heat or by chemical reaction, of an optically active compound into a racemic (optically inactive) form...
- salt. Racemic mixtures are rare in nature, but many compounds are produced industrially as racemates. The first known racemic mixture was racemic acid...
- compound raceme Melilotus officinalis (homoeothetic compound raceme) Heterothetic compound raceme Veronica albicans (heterothetic compound raceme) Compound...
- A foxtail is a spikelet or cluster of a gr****, that serves to dis**** its seeds as a unit. Thus, the foxtail is a type of diaspore or plant dispersal...
- Racemic crystallography is a technique used in structural biology where crystals of a protein molecule are developed from an equimolar mixture of an L-protein...
- Chiral drugs that are equimolar (1:1) mixture of enantiomers are called racemic drugs and these are obviously devoid of optical rotation. The most commonly...
- Nepeta racemosa, the dwarf catnip or raceme catnip, syn. N. mussiniii, is a species of flowering plant in the mint family Lamiaceae, native to the Caucasus...
- Racemic acid is an old name for an optically inactive or racemic form of tartaric acid. It is an equal mixture of two mirror-image isomers (enantiomers)...
- thyrsiflorum is a species of orchid, commonly called the pinecone-like raceme dendrobium. It is native to the Himalayas (Bhutan, ****am, Yunnan and Arunachal...