from The Century Dictionary.
- Having the form of a spica or spike.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective (Bot.) Spike-shaped.
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- adjective botany
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The inflorescence consists of small, terete, axillary and terminal spikes with peduncles often confluent in a leafy spiciform panicle; the rachis is fragile with short broad joints, deeply excavate opposite the sessile spikelets and the tips with two pits.
Inflorescence is a spiciform raceme, bearing the spikelets in clusters of 2 to 4.
Inflorescences consist of spiciform racemes with spathaceous bracts; rachis is jointed.
Such inflorescences as these are called = spiciform panicles =.
Inflorescence is an open or contracted or spiciform panicle.
The _inflorescence_ is a narrow spiciform panicle with appressed branches and spikelets, sometimes interrupted, varying in length from
Such an inflorescence, strictly speaking, is a = spiciform raceme =.
Spikes or spiciform spikes racemed, spikelets 2 - to 3-flowered, 4 - to 5-glumed, awned.
The inflorescence consists of spikes, or spiciform racemes, solitary or digitate, and in some it is paniculate.
Spikelets 2 - or more-flowered, pedicelled, rarely sessile, in effuse, contracted or rarely spiciform panicles VII.
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