accrescent


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accrescent

(æˈkrɛsənt)
adj
(Botany) botany (of a calyx or other part) continuing to grow after flowering
[C18: from Latin accrēscere to continue to grow, from crēscere to grow]
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It is characterized by accrescent calyces, which enlarge and become papery or inflated as the fruits mature (e.
Accrescent Engineers Pvt Ltd in Pakistan Acanceon Silvertech Middle East FZCO and Microcontrol in the UAE and Rukan Al Yaqeen International LLC in Oman are among the system integrators in the region that have lately joined the network.
Accrescent Engineers in Pakistan, Acanceon, Silvertech Middle East FZCO and Microcontrol in the UAE, and Rukan Al Yaqeen International in Oman are among the system integrators in the region that have lately joined the network.
Accrescent Engineers in Pakistan, Acanceon, Silvertech Middle East and Microcontrol in the UAE, and Rukan Al Yaqeen International in Oman are among the system integrators in the region that have lately joined the network, it said.
Inflorescence a terminal cluster of racemes, showy, up to 13 cm long and to 16 cm wide, usually openly-branched, rarely with only 2-3 racemes, branches 2-9 cm long, 2-4 cm wide; axes densely hairy, with both glandular hairs and short eglandular hairs intermixed; pedicels accrescent and elongated in fruit, up to 15 mm long, with both glandular and eglandular hairs; bracts ovate to lanceolate, widened at the base, yellowish to purplish or dark reddish, densely short pubescent with glandular hairs and crispy eglandular hairs, 3-11 mm long, 2.
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