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1. Botany Resembling or borne in a raceme.
2. Anatomy Having a structure of clustered parts. Used of glands.

rac′e·mose′ly adv.


(ˈræsɪˌməʊs; -ˌməʊz) or


(Chemistry) being or resembling a raceme
[C17: from Latin racēmōsus clustering]
ˈraceˌmosely, ˈracemously adv


(ˈræs əˌmoʊs)

1. Bot. bearing or arranged in the form of a raceme.
2. Anat. resembling a bunch of grapes.
[1690–1700; < Latin racēmōsus full of clusters, clustering. See raceme, -ose1]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.racemose - having stalked flowers along an elongated stem that continue to open in succession from below as the stem continues to grow; "lilies of the valley are racemose"
phytology, botany - the branch of biology that studies plants
indeterminate - having a capacity for continuing to grow at the apex; "an indeterminate stem"


a. racimoso-a, racimado-a, similar a un racimo de uvas.
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Inflorescences axillary or terminal, racemose, 2-33-flowered; bracts persistent or deciduous; bracteoles absent; flowers zygomorphic or asymmetric; Sepals 5, two smaller and three larger; petals 5, yellow or orange base; stamens 7, heteromorphic, 4 smaller median, subsessile, fillet erect, 2-3 abaxial larger, 2 laterals, fillets curved, twice the length of the anthers, 1 central, fillet erect, less than anther, 3-4 adaxialstaminodes or or absent, anthers dehiscent through apical sutures.
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2009a), the spikelets are bisexual, typically monpodial and racemose.
In a study, administration of 200 mg/kg and 400 mg/kg Danae racemose to rats for 28 consecutive days, significantly increased the sperm motility and viability in both experimental groups compared with the control group.
Micro neurosurgery guided by cortical mapping with electrostimulation of motor cortex and neurosonography in extreme racemose neurocysticercosis.
Angiography is an invasive method and demonstrates dilated tortuous feeding arteries, a racemose intrapancreatic vascular network producing transient, dense staining of pancreas, and early filling of veins, such as the portal vein in arterial phase, followed by early clearance of the pancreatic stain.
It produces abundant rose colored flowers at the tips of aerial stems in dense racemose spikesthat bloom during spring into early summer followed by development of small capsuled fruits that split to release seeds (Cook 1979).
These samples were chosen in a racemose and multilevel sampling way.
The inflorescences are racemose, slender, elongated and almost globose, 7-15 cm long, sustained by a modified leaf often reduced to a terminal spathe with 70-220 zygomorphic, perfect, hypogenous flowers (Glover & Barrett 1983).
The inflorescences are racemose, simple or compound, often paniculately branched; and growing on branches of the previous or current year.
Diagnosis depends on the radiographic image resembling a racemose cysticercus (because of the multicystic aspect of T.