Botany of the Southern states . Raceme.. Panicle. If the secondary axes develop tertiary ones, a panicle isformed (Fig. 117), as in the Poa. The term deliquescentpanicle is applied to that variety of the panicle, when therachis is iost in its irregular divisions, and does not continuedirect through the inflorescence. The ramification of the axesmay proceed further, forming compound panicles. A verydense panicle, with the lower branches shorter than the middleones, is called a thyrsus, as in the Lilac. Stamens. 117. Immediately within the corolla are situated a row oforgans called stamens. The
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