Origin of raceme
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Historical Examples of raceme
This form of inflorescence is known technically as a “raceme.”Elements of Structural and Systematic Botany
Douglas Houghton Campbell
Spike, an inflorescence like a raceme, only the flowers are sessile, 74.The Elements of Botany
Now this plant produces several flowers on a raceme and many racemes during a season.
The leaves of this plant are linear and channelled, and the drooping flowers form a raceme of from six to twelve blooms.Field and Woodland Plants
William S. Furneaux
In this specimen a raceme of small flowers was included within the enlarged pericarp of a species of Anchusa.Vegetable Teratology
Maxwell T. Masters
Word Origin for raceme
type of flower cluster, 1785, from Latin racemus "a cluster of grapes" (see raisin). Related: Racemic; racemism.