Leaves often lobed or divided, and the inflorescence frequently scorpioid.
From a portion of a barley crop the inflorescence was removed as soon as it appeared.
In an axillary flower, on the side nearest to the axis of inflorescence.
This form of inflorescence is known technically as a “raceme.”
Invo-lu-cre, a set of bracts immediately subtending a flower or inflorescence.
Cattle eat it when young, but avoid it when the inflorescence is mature.
The above is obvious in flowers which from elongation of the axis of inflorescence, have fasciculate or aggregate flowers.
Diminutive of corona, a crown, alluding to the inflorescence.
Leaves mostly entire and plants often rough-hispid; inflorescence commonly scorpioid.
Spike, an inflorescence like a raceme, only the flowers are sessile, 74.