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Inflorescences

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Szilvia Stranczinger

on 3 December 2018

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Transcript of Inflorescences

Inflorescences
Simple inflorescences
Simple inflorescences
Compound inflorescences
Compound Inflorescence
Lupinus
Raceme
Racemose corymb
Ornithogalum umbellatum
raceme corymb
Butomus
umbel
Trifolium
flower head
Plantago
spike
Acorus
spadix
dió -
Juglans
barka
tobozka
komló -
Humulus
capitulum
Inula
Racemose / Indeterminate Simple Inflorescences
Cymose / Determinate Simple Inflorescences
Monochasium
Dichasial cyme
Pleiochasium / Polychasium
Freesia
helicoid cyme
Hypericum
Iris
scorpiroid
Gladiolus
Potentilla
Erodium
Bryonia
Juncus
Saphora
double raceme
Elymus
spikelets
rozsnok -
Bromus
buga: füzéres fürt
Achillea
összetett ernyő
Apiaceae
Különleges virágzatok
Brassica
The first branches are at the bottom, the youngest branches at the top.

The growth of the main stem can continue freely, indeterminately.

Side branches do not rise above the level of main stem.

Flower open
acropetally
, from the bottom towards the tip, or
centripetally
, from outside towards inside.

New branches emerge acropetally.

Side branches rise above the level of the main stem.

The growth of the main stem is limited, determinate.

The tip of the stem bears a flower.

Flower opening takes place
centrifugally
.

a group or cluster of flowers arranged on a stem
spike raceme raceme corymb umbel
flower head spadix capitule cone
are composed of branched stem, where branches bear inflorescences instead of single flower
spikelets
compound umbel
spathe
scorpiroid
helicoid cyme
cyathium inflorescence
Euphorbia
sp.
peduncle
rachis
pedicel
dichasium
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