n. stalk of one flower in an inflorescence


Other words in the Wild Florida Photo glossary with definitions related to the above word.

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


n. an inflorescence in which the pedicels arise from a common point


a. attached directly, without a supporting stalk, as in a leaf without a petiole or a flower without a pedicel or peduncle


n. a compound inflorescence that is branched and with the pedicellate flowers maturing from the bottom upward


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


n. a raceme with the lower pedicels being longer and forming a flat-topped or rounded inflorescence


a. borne on a pedicel


n. an unbranched inflorescence of sessile or subsessile flowers, maturing from the bottom upwards
compare with a raceme in which the individual flowers are stalked (have pedicels)

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