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  • From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (Redirected from Corymbose) This type of inflorescence is largely characteristic of grasses like oat and crabgrass[1], as well as other plants such as. — “Panicle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • The stems are upright and marked with purplish red, ending with simple or corymbose, (flat) inflorescence that branch near their ends. The leaves are oppositely arranged on the stems and have short but rather thick petioles that are 1–2 cm long. — “Eupatorium japonicum - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • One main stem divides into small branchs upward to a flattened top, correlating to the corymbose form of the flower arrangements there. to magenta flowers which form the corymbose clustering of flowerheads, the outer parts. — “Verticordia brownii - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,


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