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  • Meaning of Racemiform: Having the form of a raceme. — “Definition: Racemiform (Meaning of Racemiform)”,
  • Racemiform. From HomoExcelsior. Jump to: navigation, search. 1. Having the form of a raceme. This page was last modified 17:18, 13 January 2007. This page has been accessed 264 times. Privacy policy. About HomoExcelsior. — “Racemiform - HomoExcelsior”,
  • Racemiform definition, having the form of a raceme. See more. — “Racemiform | Define Racemiform at ”,
  • With subunits or branches from a central axis, as in a feather. R. Racemiform: Describes an inflorescence of heads in which the heads are attached along a central axis the peduncles are all about the same length and arise from more or less the same point. See paniculiform, racemiform, corymbiform. — “Glossary”,
  • Find dictionary definitions, audio pronunciations, and spellings for racemiform in the free online American Heritage Dictionary on Yahoo! Education. — “racemiform - Dictionary definition and pronunciation - Yahoo!”,
  • Encyclopedia of Life Heads usually 3–7 in loose, racemiform arrays, rarely borne singly (short- or long-pedunculate). Involucres hemispheric to campanulate, 7–12 × 8–20. — “Pyrrocoma hirta (A. Gray) Greene - Encyclopedia of Life”,
  • racemiform ( ) adj. Having the form of a raceme. — “racemiform: Definition from ”,
  • Definition of racemiform from Webster's New World College Dictionary. Meaning of racemiform. Pronunciation of racemiform. Definition of the word racemiform. Origin of the word racemiform. — “racemiform - Definition of racemiform at ”,
  • We found 11 dictionaries with English definitions that include the word racemiform: racemiform: American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language [home, info] racemiform: Wordnik [home, info]. — “Definitions of racemiform - OneLook Dictionary Search”,
  • Heads usually radiate (sometimes discoid in M. glomerata), in corymbiform, paniculiform, racemiform, or spiciform arrays or in glomerules. Stems glandular-pubescent throughout; heads in racemiform, paniculiform, or spiciform arrays; involucres 6–16 mm; mostly coastal. — “Madia in Flora of North America @ ”,
  • racemiform. racemiform. Refers to an inflorescence with the outward appearance of a raceme. GardenWeb Glossary of Botanical Terms. New Search: Keyword(s): Options: [see notes] Search multiple words as boolean: And Or. Search for: Word Roots Whole Words. Search: Terms Both Terms & Definitions. Notes:. — “GardenWeb defines racemiform”,
  • Racemiform \Ra*cem Definition: racemiform. Search dictionary for. Source: Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913) Racemiform \Ra*cem"i*form\, a. Having the form of a raceme. -- Gray. Library. online dictionary. linux docs. linux man pages. page load time. Toys. world sunlight. moon phase. trace explorer. — “racemiform”,
  • Definition of racemiform in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of racemiform. Pronunciation of racemiform. Translations of racemiform. racemiform synonyms, racemiform antonyms. Information about racemiform in the free online English dictionary and. — “racemiform - definition of racemiform by the Free Online”,
  • Garden Dictionany for thousands of garden words. Why not learn about a ne garden word today. Garden Dictionary Word: racemiform. racemiform. Refers to an. — “Garden Dictionary Word: racemiform”,
  • Liatris scariosa (Devil's Bite, Eastern Blazing Star, New England Blazing Star, Round-Head Gayfeather, Tall Gayfeather) Heads discoid , in corymbiform , cymiform, racemiform , or spiciform arrays. — “Liatris scariosa (New England Blazing Star)”,
  • The sericeous leaves are lanceolate or oblong to broadly elliptic to 5 x 1.5 cm, and are sessile but not clasping. Inflorescence: Narrow and racemiform, and occasionally has racemiform branches. Each head bears eight to 16 female ray flowers, 7-12 mm in length. — “Wildflowers - Eastern Silvery Aster”,
  • racemiform. Dictionary terms for racemiform, definition for racemiform, Thesaurus and Translations of racemiform to English, Arabic, Romanian, Farsi. — “racemiform in - dictionary and translation”,
  • There are also a few species native to Mexico, South America, and Eurasia.[1] Some American species have also been introduced into Europe and (1–)2 to 1500+ florets in racemiform (club-shaped or pyramidal), paniculiform or corymbo. — “Goldenrod - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,