Competitive Exams: Revision Terminology Part 36

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Inflorescence

  • Flowers stalked – Raceme

(1) simple – Caldaria, Cleome, Linaria.

(2) Compound – yucca, Litchi, gold mchar.

  • Sessile flowers – Spike

(1) Simple – Achgranthes, Pepper, tuberose, Adhotada.

(2) Compound – Amaranthers.

  • Rachis fleshy – Spadix

(1) Simple – Spathe, Colocasia.

(2) Compound – Coconut, palm.

  • Inverted unisexual weak flam – Catkin oak willow birch poplar mulberry.
  • Strobile – axil with member bract – Hop.
  • Spikelet/Locusta

(1) Bract (glumes) at axil – Lemma, Bracteole = Palea.

(2) Wheat, rice, maize, sedges.

  • Rachis short
  • Corymb

(1) Simple candytuft, Cherry.

(2) Compound cauliflower.

  • Rachis Suppressed
  • Umbel

(1) Simple centella, Coriander, Hydrocotyl asciata.

(2) compound fennel, carrort = both involucre & involucel.

  • Capitate – Acacia, Mimosa, Albizzia, clover.
  • Capitalism or Head or Anthodium

(1) Simple compositae.

(2) Compound, Echinops echinatus.

  • Cymore – limited growth as apical bead, basipetally arranged, rachis forms receptacle.
  • Solitary – Tulip, China rose.
  • Monochasial uniparous
  • Helicoid - forget me not, and Scorpoid in Ranunculus Bulbous.
  • Biparous – Jasmine, Mycanthes, Pink.
  • Polychasial – Calotropis, Viburnum.
  • Hypanothodiem – Ficus/Figs
  • Thyrius – Cymose dusters – Liliac, grapervine.
  • Cymore Corymb – Caryophyllaceae, Gutti ferae.

Fruits

Dehiscent

  1. Legume – Leguminosae. Pea.
  2. Follicle – calofropis one ventral suture, Superior monocarpellary ovary.
  3. Capsule – Canna inferi ovary - diplotegia from superior ovary – Lady finger, Datura, Cotton.
  4. Siliqua – replum – mustard, radish – Bicarpellary syrocarpous superior ovary.
  5. Silicula – candytuft, Capsella – Small of Siliqua.

Schizocarpic

  1. Lomentum Acacia Mimosa Garjana
  2. Cremocarf coriander, Fennel, carrot, cumin, Umbelliferae.
  3. Samara winged maple – Acer, Dioscoua, Hiptage, Shorea robusta.
  4. Rregma – Polycarpellory ovary – Cocci – Castor germane.
  5. Carcerule – Superior bicarpellary – Labiatae – Gynobasic style – Osimum

Indehiscent

  1. Caryopsis – Grominae – pericarp & seed coat fused – Superior monocarpellary overy.
  2. Achene 4 ′ o clock plant
  3. Cypsela – Bicarpellary inferior ovary – Compositae – sunflower, marigold, crystmther
  4. Nut – superior Polycarp Ellery ovary – pericarp hard – oak, nut, litchi.
  5. Sorosis – jack fruit, mulberry, pineapple, moraceae, Spadix type Perianth + bract + seed Edible.
  6. Syconus – Hypanothodium inflorescence – Receptall edible – ficus.
  7. Aggregate

(1) Etario of follide – multicarpellary apocarpus – Aconitum, vinca, Mangolia.

(2) Etario of Achenes lotus – Clematis – fruitlets have style, Rose, Strawberry, Narvalia.

(3) Etario of dupes – Raspberry.

(4) Etario of berries – Annonaceae, Anone squamosa.

  • Fishy fruit

(1) Drupe – Stone fruit walnut – mango, pulrn, Peach, Apricot, Palymara paler.

(2) Berry Bacca – seeds in pulp – grape, brinjal, tomato, banana, guava.

(3) Pepo – Cucurbitaceae – Pumpkin, ground, cucumber.

(4) Hesperidium – Juicy placental hair – citrus – Syncarpous ovary with axole placenta.

(5) Balausta inferior ovary – Testa – Juicy & edible pomegranate – punica granaturn.

(6) Amphisarca – Suprior ovary - placenta & inner pericarp edible Aegle marmelos & Feronia elephanturn.

(6) Pome Inferior, synearpous ovary – apple, pear.

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