- a type of cymose inflorescence while using the flowers on a single side of the rachis, often causing it to curl; -- labeled as in addition a uniparous helicoid cyme.
- In botany, a uniparous helicoid cyme—that is, a raceme-like cyme, or flower-cluster, with all the current limbs or pedicels upon one part. It will always be pretty much coiled.
Variant for "bostryx"
- uniparous helicoid cyme
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