# cincinnus definition

• noun:
• , a type of monochasium on which the consecutive axes arise alternatively in respect toward preceding one; a scorpioid cyme.
• a kind of monochasium in which the lateral branches arise alternatively on opposite sides of this false axis; -- labeled as also scorpioid cyme.
• In botany, a type of definite inflorescence in which the successive axes arise alternately to the right and left for the preceding one, in distinction from bostryx, where suppression is perhaps all on one part; a uniparous scorpioid cyme. In addition cicinnus.
• , a form of monochasium upon which the consecutive axes arise alternatively according towards preceding one; a scorpioid cyme.
• a kind of monochasium where the lateral branches arise alternatively on reverse sides of the untrue axis; -- called also scorpioid cyme.
• In botany, a form of definite inflorescence where successive axes occur alternatively to the right and remaining associated with preceding one, in distinction from the bostryx, where suppression is perhaps all on a single part; a uniparous scorpioid cyme. In addition cicinnus.

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