floscular definition

  • adjective:
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  • others:
    • In botany, identical to discoid, as placed on flower-heads when you look at the Compositæ; consists of florets. Additionally flosculous, flosculose.
    • In botany, same as discoid, as placed on flower-heads in Compositæ; made up of florets. Also flosculous, flosculose.
    • In botany, just like discoid, as placed on flower-heads into the Compositæ; composed of florets. Also flosculous, flosculose.
    • In botany, same as discoid, as placed on flower-heads in Compositæ; consists of florets. Also flosculous, flosculose.
    • In botany, identical to discoid, as put on flower-heads when you look at the Compositæ; made up of florets. Additionally flosculous, flosculose.
    • In botany, just like discoid, as applied to flower-heads into the Compositæ; made up of florets. In addition flosculous, flosculose.
    • In botany, same as discoid, as put on flower-heads inside Compositæ; consists of florets. In addition flosculous, flosculose.
    • In botany, same as discoid, as applied to flower-heads in the Compositæ; composed of florets. Also flosculous, flosculose.
    • In botany, identical to discoid, as placed on flower-heads when you look at the Compositæ; consists of florets. Additionally flosculous, flosculose.

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