Origin of panicle
Examples from the Web for panicle
Historical Examples of panicle
In one or two species of Aira the panicle may be somewhat contracted and tuft-like.Grasses
H. Marshall Ward
The index reference for "Panicle" should probably be 76, rather than 81, but was not changed.
Panicled, Paniculate, arranged in panicles, or like a panicle.
With the last-named gentleman a panicle, with sixty flowers upon it, is now (April, 1864) in full beauty.A Monograph of Odontoglossum
Sterile pinnæ pinnate; fronds large, fertile portion green, turning brown, forming a panicle at the top.The Fern Lover's Companion
George Henry Tilton