- the arrangement of flowers on the axis.
- the flowering part of a plant.
- a flower cluster.
- flowers collectively.
Origin of inflorescence
OTHER WORDS FROM inflorescencein·flo·res·cent, adjective
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How to use inflorescence in a sentence
The fruit commonly has the general shape of the female inflorescence, but as it matures it increases greatly in size.Philippine Mats|Hugo H. Miller
A broad and flattish inflorescence, the central flowers of which bloom first.
The front side of a flower, remote from the axis of inflorescence.
A simple inflorescence of flowers on pedicels which radiate from the same point.
The back side of a flower, next to the axis of inflorescence.