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n. an elongated compound inflorescence that is unbranched and with the pedicellate flowers maturing from the bottom upward
compare with a spike, in which the individual flowers are sessile or subsessile

a. a dead tree that remains standing

n. the outer, ligulate flowers of the Asteraceae

n. the branch of an umbel or umbelliform inflorescence

n. in the Asteraceae, end of the peduncle, to which the flowers are attached

n. the basal part of a flower, representing the end of the pedicel, to which other flower parts are attached

a. divided or marked in such a way as to resemble a net or network

a. with the margins rolled backward, the edge turned under

n. a snout-like projection, derived from Latin for beak, describes various structures in different animal groups  [Ô]

a. weedy

n. disturbed sites such as roadsides, lawns, pastures, vacant lots & other abandoned lands, fence rows, railroad rights-of-way and parks

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