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Corymbose

A usually flat-topped flower cluster in which the individual flower stalks grow upward from various points of the main stem to approximately the same height.

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Corymbose Secondary Syphilis
variants, corymbose secondary syphi- lis. Only a solitary lesion was pres- ent. Corymbose arrangement of papules over right scapula.
Asrnn, NEMORALIS. Ait. Stem simple or corymbose at the top, leafy
CARLEMANNIACEAE 1. CARLEMANNIA Bentham, Hooker's J. Bot
Inflorescence corymbose, lax, terminal, long pedunculate.
Two newly recorded species of Acer (Aceraceae) in China
with a rounded base, short, corymbose inflorescence and with few fruits, usually with only one large, well-developed samara, the nutlet more or less ovoid.
(12) United States Plant Patent
'Chesapeake Snowflake' characterized by its strong, upright and short scapes; and dense corymbose racemes With numer- ous white-colored flowers.

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Corymbose - definition of Corymbose by the Free Online Dictionary
A usually flat-topped flower cluster in which the individual flower stalks grow upward from various points of the main stem to approximately the same height.
corymbose - Definition of corymbose at YourDictionary.com
a broad, flat-topped cluster of flowers in which the outer flower stalks are long and those toward the center progressively shorter, as in the candytuft.
What does corymbose mean? definition and meaning (Free English
Definition of corymbose in the AudioEnglish.net Dictionary. Meaning of corymbose.
Case of Corymbose Syphilide
Case of Corymbose Syphilide. Arthur Shillitoe. Full text.
Identification: Korean Hill Cherry? Late blooming, single white
Identification: Korean Hill Cherry? Late blooming, single white, narrow petals, corymbose Ornamental Cherries.

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