Definition of Botryose

1. a. Having the form of a cluster of grapes.



Definition of Botryose

1. Adjective. Having the form of a cluster of grapes. ¹

2. Adjective. Of the racemose or acropetal type of inflorescence. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Botryose

1. botryoid [adj] - See also: botryoid

Medical Definition of Botryose

1. Having the form of a cluster of grapes. Of the racemose or acropetal type of inflorescence. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Botryose

botone
botonee
botonnee
botonny
botos
botrocetin
botropase
botryogen
botryoid
botryoid odontogenic cyst
botryoidal
botryolite
botryomycosis
botryomycotic
botryose (current term)
botrytis
botrytises
botrytize
botrytized
bots
botswana
bott
bottarga
botte
botted
bottega
bottegas
bottes
botties

Literary usage of Botryose

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1. Structural Botany: Or Organography on the Basis of Morphology. To which is by Asa Gray (1879)
"Varieties of Indeterminate or botryose Inflorescence. ... 275, 279) is ji shorter and broader botryose cluster, which differs from a raceme only in the ..."

2. Dictionary of Botanical Equivalents, French-English, German-English by Ernst Artschwager, Edwina Maria Smiley (1921)
"... Verbascum Thapsus capitulum botryose cyme capitate hair compound inflorescence of Compositae with no reference to morphological structure ..."

3. Gray's Botanical Text-book by Asa Gray (1879)
"Л compound inflorescence of more or less elongated shape, with the primar}- ramification centripetal or botryose, the secondary or the ultimate centrifugal ..."

4. Botany for High Schools and Colleges by Charles Edwin Bessey (1880)
"This distinction into indeterminate and determinate is, however, a misleading one, for some botryose inflorescences are in fact determinate—eg, ..."

5. Diseases of Economic Plants by Frank Lincoln Stevens, John Galentine Hall (1910)
"botryose may also cause damping off. High temperature, lack of ventilation, and lack of vigor in the plant, resulting from improper care, are essentials to ..."

6. The Students Manual: Outlines for Study and Classfied Questions in Nature by Chandler Belden Beach (1909)
"... (a) The botryose type: lowest flowers the oldest—• prominent botryose types of inflorescence: raceme; panicle; thyrsus; corymb; umbel; spike; spikelet; ..."

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