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Definition of the noun panicle

What does panicle mean as a name of something?

noun - plural: panicles

  1. compound raceme or branched cluster of flowers
    • lexical domain: Plants - nouns denoting plants
    • more generic word: raceme = usually elongate cluster of flowers along the main stem in which the flowers at the base open first

Alternative definition of the noun panicle

noun

  1. [botany] A compound raceme.

Phrases with Panicle

  1. Panicle Jointvetch
  2. Narrow-Panicle Rush
  3. White Panicle Aster

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Google previewBulletin of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (1920)

The lower flowers expand first, and the lower part of the panicle is the first to mature the seed. Dissemination takes place shortly after maturity, and since the seeds are flat, broad, and winged, they are well scattered.

Google previewPractical botany, structural and systematic, etc (1876)

by August KOEHLER (Professor of Botany in the College of Pharmacy at New York.)

A panicle is a compound raceme, in which the pedicels branch in an irregular manner, to support flowers. (Pl. II., 18.) Umbel is an inflorescence, in which the pedicels rise, spreading apparently from the same point—that is, the top of the main ...

Google previewDepartment Bulletin (1920)

by United States. Dept. of Agriculture

The lower flowers expand first, and the lower part of the panicle is the first to mature the seed. Dissemination takes place shortly after maturity, and since the seeds are flat, broad, and winged, they are well scattered.

Google previewHomesteading (2009)

A Backyard Guide to Growing Your Own Food, Canning, Keeping Chickens, Generating Your Own Energy, Crafting, Herbal Medicine, and More by Abigail R. Gehring

panicle—a pyramidal, loosely branched flower cluster; a panicle is a type of inflorescence. perennial—a plant that persists for several years, ...

Google previewThe Everything Guide to Foraging (2011)

Identifying, Harvesting, and Cooking Nature's Wild Fruits and Vegetables by Vickie Shufer

panicle is a compound raceme. A spadix is a specialized spike of flowers such as the arum family. Flowers have male and female reproductive parts that are surrounded by the flower petals. The pistil is the female organ and consists of a ...

Google previewThe Homesteading Handbook (2011)

A Back to Basics Guide to Growing Your Own Food, Canning, Keeping Chickens, Generating Your Own Energy, Crafting, Herbal Medicine, and More by Abigail R. Gehring

panicle—a pyramidal, loosely branched flower cluster; a panicle is a type of inflorescence. perennial—a plant that persists for several years, ...

Google previewAdvances in Hybrid Rice Technology (1998)

Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Hybrid Rice, 14-16 November 1996, Hyderabad, India by Sant S. Virmani, K. Muralidharan

A large panicle is the component responsible for yield heterosis of temperate and tropical hybrid rice. Physiological differences between temperate and ...

Google previewMagazine of Natural History (1829)

by John Claudius Loudon, Edward Charlesworth, John Denson

The panicle is a compound spike, only that the flowers have long stalks, which give the whole cluster a more loose and diffuse form; as in London Pride. (sg. 189.) An umbel has many stalks (called rays) collected together at the top of the stem, ...

Google previewPrinciples of Plant Genetics and Breeding (2016)

Biology, Botany by CTI Reviews

A panicle is a compound raceme, a loose, muchbranched indeterminate inflorescence with pedicellate flowers attached along the secondary branches; in other words, a branched cluster of flowers in which the branches are racemes. This type ...

Google previewRainfed Lowland Rice Improvement (1996)

In early November, almost all Nizersail fields are flowering; the variety's lax panicle is the striking feature of the T. aman landscape. Nizersail is reputed to be the same as the Indian cultivar GEB24, which was introduced to Bangladesh from ...

Google previewSelf-Sufficiency (2010)

A Complete Guide to Baking, Carpentry, Crafts, Organic Gardening, Preserving Your Harvest, Raising Animals, and More! by Abigail R. Gehring

Panicle—a pyramidal, loosely branched flower cluster; a panicle is a type of inflorescence. Perennial—persisting for several years, usually dying back to a perennial crown during the winter and initiating new growth each spring Shrub— a ...

Google previewThe Beauty of Fractals (2010)

Six Different Views by Denny Gulick

A panicle is a more or less elongated inflorescence with a central axis along which there are branches which are themselves branched. These may be a sequence of blooming from the base upward, but some panicles are made up wholly of ...

Google previewSurvival Wisdom & Know How (2012)

Everything You Need to Know to Thrive in the Wilderness by The Editors of Stackpole Books

A panicle is a branching flower cluster which may be likened to a compound raceme. The cyme is also a branching flower cluster, ...

Google previewRice in Deep Water (1993)

by David Catling

The panicle is a spreading type and the few seeds it produces are slender and soft-awned. Figure 6.3 shows O. rufipogon from a floating rice field in Thailand in which sativa characters are evident. O. nivara, living in temporary swamps and ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Biology (2016)

by CTI Reviews

A panicle is a compound raceme, a loose, muchbranched indeterminate inflorescence with pedicellate flowers attached along the secondary branches; in other words, a branched cluster of flowers in which the branches are racemes. This type ...

Google previewOh Garden of Fresh Possibilities! (2007)

Notes from a Gloucester Garden by Kim Smith

A panicle is a highly branched inflorescence with a loosely pyramidal form. The flower clusters are at the ends of the branched ...

Google previewThe Gardeners Dictionary (1768)

Containing the Best and Newest Methods of Cultivating and Improving the Kitchen, Fruit, Flower Gardens, and Nursery, as Also for Performing the Practical Parts of Agriculture, Including the Management of Vineyards, with the Methods of Making and Preserving Wine, According to the Present Practice of the Most Skilful Vignerons in the Several Wine Countries in Europe : Together with Directions for Propagating and Improving, from Real Practice and Experience, All Sorts of Timber Trees

Panicle is a stalk diffused into several pedicles or foot-stalks, sustaining the flowers or fruits, as in Oats, &c. PA NICU M. Tourn. Inst. R. H. 515. tab. 298. Lin. Gen. Plant. 70. Panic ; in French, Panis. The CHAP Acte Rs are, There ...

Google previewThe Cultivator & Country Gentleman (1887)

Its panicle is a little loose, and the individual flowers are large, broad, and arranged so that the trusses resembles somewhat those of a wistaria. The flowers are pink in the bud, but lilac when fully open. Ccerulea Superba is one of the best ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Londinensis, Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Literature (1810)

Bromus purgans, or purging brome-grass: panicle nodding, curled; leaves naked on both sides; sheaths hairy; glumes villose. Culm a foot high, firm; leaves as broad as those of reed, keeled. The European differs from Feuillée's Canadian ...

Google previewManual of Botany for the Northern States, Comprising Generic Descriptions of All Phenogamous and Cryptogamous Plants to the North of Virginia Hitherto Described. ... Each Genus Illustrated by Short Descriptions of Its Most Common Species. By the Members of the Botanical Class in William's College (Mass.). From a Manuscript System by the Author of Richard's Botanical Dictionary [i.e. A. Eaton]. (1817)

panicle spike-form, pointing one way. |-latifolia, panicle lax. 24. Monandrous. BRIZA. Calyx 2-valved, many-flowered: spikelets of the panicle 2-ranked: valvelets inflated heart-form, obtuse; inner one minute. 4.

Google previewThe Cyclopaedia; Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences and Literature (1819)

by Abraham Rees

Panicle, at first close and upright, afterwards widely spreading, and nodding a little ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Britannica (1817)

Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Miscellaneous Literature ...

panicle spike-like; flowers with awns. 2. M. flowers in panicles scattered; awnless. The foreign species are, capense, punétuatum, compressum, digitatum, panicum, confertum, globosum, paradoxum, villosum, and ramosum. Globosum is ...

Google previewMiller's dictionary of gardening, botany, and agriculture; revised (1834)

by Philip Miller

A perennial from Peru : straw erect, simple, with rough leaves ; leaf-sheath smooth and shining ; panicle branchy, close, nodding ; husks somewhat equal, rough on the rib ; awn shorter than the chaff.

Google previewThe Cyclopædia; Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Literature. By Abraham Rees, ... with the Assistance of Eminent Professional Gentlemen. Illustrated with Numerous Engravings, by the Most Disinguished Artists. In Thirthy-nine Volumes. Vol. 1 [- 39] (1819)

Panicle terminal, erećł, two or three inches long, generally purplifh. Calyx more or lefs purple. Outer : of the corolla, in Dr. Sibthorp's fpecimens, short, abrupt, with a ftraight, fmooth, terminal awn, extending rather beyond the calyx; but this is ...

Google previewEtymological Dictionary of Grasses (2007)

by Harold T. Clifford, Peter D. Bostock

inflorescence a contracted panicle. Aristida pycnostachya, Stipa pycnostachya pycnostachys Gk pycnos, thick; stachys, spike as of an ear of wheat. See pycnostachya (2) pycnothrix ...

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