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The stalk of an individual flower in an inflorescence or cluster.
The central axis that carries flowers or leaves.
A cluster of flowers or fruit.
1) An alternative term for the flower of a plant.2) Refers to the powder-like coating produced on the leaves, stems, flowers or fruit of certain plants.
The flowering part of a plant, or mode of flowering. Inflorescences may be of many kinds: spike, panicle, umbel, capitulum, corymb, cyme and spadix.
A flower leaf. Part of the corolla of a flower, surrounding the reproductive organs. The petal itself is non-reproductive, but has a role in attracting insects and is often coloured.
An inflorescence on which individual flowers, on short stalks of their own, arise from a central, unbranched stem. Normally these flowers open from the base upward.
The common name for the stem of a flower or leaf. Specifically, the correct term for a flower stalk is pedicel, and for a leaf stalk the term is petiole.
Being of one sex. Each flower is either male or female, however, plants may bear flowers of different sexes. See Monoecious.
Referring to flowers that bear both male (androecium) and female (gynaecium) reproductive parts.