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BISEXUAL FLORETS
INCOMPLETE FLORETS
PROXIMAL INCOMPLETE FLORETS
DISC FLORETS
FORM
WATER
GARLIC
FERTILE
YELLOW
SMALL
STALKS
ACTINOMORPHIC
DARJEELING TEAS
CABBAGE FAMILY
SPIKE
CAPITULUM
SMALL FLOWERS
HEAD
NUMBER
SUNFLOWER
RACEME
STEMS
LEAVES
HONEYDEW
INFLORESCENCE
PLANTS
ASTERACEAE
BROCCOLI
FLOWERS
GRASSES
CAULIFLOWER
BRACT
BRACTS
SPIKELET
SPIKELETS
FLORETS
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Definitions

  1. The florets are usually hermaphroditic (maize, monoecious, is an exception) and pollination is always anemophilous.
  2. Disc florets are usually actinomorphic, with five petal lips on the rim of the corolla tube. (Web site)
  3. All florets are fertile and develop normal kernels.
  4. The disk florets are in the center of the bloom head, and the ray florets are on the perimeter. (Web site)

Bisexual Florets

  1. Ligulate heads consist only of bisexual florets with corollas of the ligulate or strap-shaped type but with generally 5 rather than 3 distal teeth. (Web site)

Incomplete Florets

  1. Spikelets usually with incomplete florets. (Web site)

Proximal Incomplete Florets

  1. Spikelets with female-fertile florets only; without proximal incomplete florets. (Web site)

Disc Florets

  1. The florets inside the circular head are called disc florets. (Web site)

Form

  1. The 'English Chamomile' is the double form, with all or nearly all the florets white and ligulate. (Web site)

Water

  1. Drain the water and pat dry the florets. (Web site)

Garlic

  1. Add the garlic, florets and anchovies, and saute for 2 minutes. (Web site)

Fertile

  1. Each spikelet has two florets, only one of which is fertile. (Web site)

Yellow

  1. Lantana's aromatic flower clusters (called umbels) are a mix of red, orange, yellow, or blue and white florets.
  2. The oldest species of the genus grown in English gardens; its flowers are yellow, but dotted at the base of the ray florets. (Web site)
  3. They have pinnate green leaves, and orange, yellow, or red floral heads typically 4-6 cm diameter, with both ray florets and disc florets.

Small

  1. From the top surface of the receptacle a large number of small, sessile flowers commonly referred to as florets are produced. (Web site)

Stalks

  1. All cauliflower is composed of bunches of tiny florets on clusters of stalks. (Web site)

Actinomorphic

  1. The florets have five petals fused at the base to form a corolla tube and they may be either actinomorphic or zygomorphic. (Web site)

Darjeeling Teas

  1. Offering varieties of specialty Assam and Darjeeling teas, including white, black and florets. (Web site)

Cabbage Family

  1. Cauliflower, a member of the cabbage family, is a solid head, white in color, with tightly clustered flowers, or florets. (Web site)

Spike

  1. A spadix is a form of spike in which the florets are densely crowded along the axis. (Web site)
  2. Spike - An elongated inflorescence of sessile flowers or florets.

Capitulum

  1. Disc and ray florets develop acropetally on a capitulum. (Web site)

Small Flowers

  1. The inner portion of the flower head (or disc) is composed of small flowers with tubular corollas; these are the disc florets. (Web site)

Head

  1. What is usually called the flower is actually a head (formally composite flower) of numerous flowers (florets) crowded together. (Web site)

Number

  1. The number of florets per spikelet increased with ploidy level: two florets in diploid, four in tetraploid and five in hexaploid wheats. (Web site)
  2. Inbred populations of the annual Chilean species Microseris pygmaea show phenotypic plasticity in the number of florets per capitulum. (Web site)

Sunflower

  1. A composite flower (like the sunflower) has a many individual flowers (called florets) on a wide, flat receptacle, that look like a single flower. (Web site)

Raceme

  1. A raceme is similar to a spike except the florets are borne on small stems attached to the peduncle.

Stems

  1. Spikes are inflorescences similar to racemes, but florets are attached directly to the floral peduncle,without stems. (Web site)
  2. The flowers are larger and the ray florets more deeply cut; it is also bolder in the foliage, and the stems grow nearly as strong as willows.

Leaves

  1. Broccoli raab - Broccoli raab, or rape, is more bitter, and has more stems and leaves than head broccoli, which has more florets. (Web site)
  2. Florets should be compact and of even color; leaves should not be wilted; and stalks should not be fat and woody. (Web site)

Honeydew

  1. This honeydew contains millions of asexual spores (conidia) which are dispersed to other florets by insects.

Inflorescence

  1. Terminal. As many as 100 or more individual flowers (florets) per inflorescence. (Web site)

Plants

  1. In many plants of the aster family such as the sunflower, Helianthus annuus, the circumference of the flower head is composed of ray florets. (Web site)

Asteraceae

  1. In the Asteraceae (formerly Compositae) the 'flowers' are morphologically a composite flower head consisting of many tiny flowers called florets. (Web site)

Broccoli

  1. Add the broccoli florets and kale and cook a few more minutes. (Web site)
  2. Many recips call for broccoli florets, ignoring the stems. (Web site)
  3. Broccoli, a member of the cabbage family, is green to purple-green in color and has tightly clustered flowers, or florets, borne on sturdy stalks. (Web site)

Flowers

  1. Flowers are small and are called florets. (Web site)
  2. In Zea each spikelet of the tassel (staminate inflorescence) comprises two florets (flowers).
  3. The flowers are of a unique form, the inflorescence being subdivided into spikelets each containing one or more tiny florets. (Web site)

Grasses

  1. In grasses (Poaceae), it is composed of a pair of basal glumes subtending 1 or more florets.
  2. FLORETS, Flowers imperfectly developed in some respects, and collected into a dense spike or head, as in the grasses, the dandelion, &c. (Web site)
  3. The spikelet is a flowering unit comprised of one or more florets enclosed by two glumes and is the primary inflorescence of grasses and sages. (Web site)

Cauliflower

  1. Add the cauliflower florets and fry, stirring, for 5 minutes. (Web site)
  2. Add the tomato sauce and cauliflower florets; cover and cook, stirring frequently until the cauliflower is tender, about 15 minutes. (Web site)
  3. Boil diced potatoes and cauliflower florets in water with salt, cayenne, turmeric and 1 tbs canola oil. (Web site)

Bract

  1. Flower heads in this family are composed of many small flowers (florets) surrounded by bract s. (Web site)
  2. A true spikelet comprises one or more florets enclosed by two glume s bract s, and is not a raceme.

Bracts

  1. In grasses and sedges, the bracts that enclose the florets are termed glume s. (Web site)
  2. A spikelet comprises one or more florets enclosed by two glumes (bracts), and is not a raceme.
  3. A spikelet comprises one or more florets enclosed by two glume s (bracts), and is not a raceme. (Web site)

Spikelet

  1. A spikelet consists of two (or sometimes fewer) bracts at the base, called glumes, followed by one or more florets. (Web site)
  2. In the case of maize each spikelet contains two florets (the grass flower) enclosed by a pair of bracts (inner and outer glume).
  3. The spikelet is comprised of florets and is encompassed by two small bract leaves (called glumes in wheat) (Murai et al., 2002). (Web site)

Spikelets

  1. Grasses are morphologically unique in having highly modified flowers (florets) collected into novel structures called spikelets (Clifford, 1987). (Web site)
  2. Organogenesis of spikelets and florets in wild-type inflorescences is similar to that previously described in maize and the teosintes. (Web site)
  3. Spikelets are small inflorescences bearing one or more florets, or small flowers, along with a set of miniature bractlike leaves.

Florets

  1. The plants of Compositae family have many tiny flowers (florets) clustered to form a flower head (capitulum). (Web site)
  2. In grasses and sedges, the bracts that enclose the florets are termed glumes.
  3. In grasses (Poaceae), the bracts that enclose the florets are termed glumes.

Categories

  1. Spikelets
  2. Bracts
  3. Cooking > Foods > Vegetables > Cauliflower
  4. Biology > Botany > Plants > Grasses
  5. Biology > Botany > Plants > Broccoli
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