. Pharmaceutical botany. Botany; Botany, Medical. 40 PHARMACEUTICAL BOTANY axils of opposite leaves. Ctusters of this kind are seen in Catnip, Horehound, Peppermint and other plants of the Labiatae. The raceme, corymb, umbel, etc., are frequently compounded. The compound raceme, or raceme with branched pedicels, is called a panicle. Ex.: Yucca and paniculate inflorescence of the oat. A Thyrsus is a compact panicle, of a pyramidal or oblong shape. Ex.: Lilac, Grape and Rhusglabra. A Mdced Anthotaxy is one in which the determinate and indeter- minate plans are combined, and illustrations of this
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