Term Information

Accession
PO:0030123
Name
panicle inflorescence
Ontology
plant_anatomy
Synonyms
panicle (exact)
Alternate IDs
None
Definition
An inflorescence (PO:0009049), with a monopodial growth habit, which at anthesis (PO:ID) is composed of pedicellate (PATO:0001438) flowers (PO:0009046), or spikelets (PO:0009051), on determinate inflorescence axes (PO:0020122). Source: NYBG:Brandon_Sinn, NYBG:Dario_Cavaliere
Comment
Panicle inflorescences are most often conical in shape. Examples include the majority of species in the grass family Poaceae including oats (Avena spp.), bromes (Brachypodium spp.), barley (Hordeum vulgare), cutgrass (Leersia perrieri), rices (Oryza spp.), foxgrasses (Setaria spp.), wheat (Triticum aestivum), wild rice (Zizania palustris), and the staminate inflorescence of cultivated corn (Zea mays), as well as grapes (Vitis spp.; Vitaceae), and Polemonium caeruleum (Polemoniaceae).
Subset
None
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panicle inflorescence [is_a relation] is_a  inflorescence (PO:0009049)

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