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The secondary inflorescence of the Asterales (i.e., the arrangement of the flower
heads) is typically cymose (determinate). The terminal head blooms first, followed
by the terminal heads of the main branches. After that the sequence is less ...
Fibonacci numbers in composite flower heads Oldest fossils of aster order Resin
and latex systems Evolutionary ... radiate to the disciform type of head, the ray
part of the marginal corollas varying from elongate to short to very short to lacking
Since each head represents a complete inflorescence, it is assumed that
primitive members of the order had relatively few heads, each with relatively
numerous flowers. The cymose secondary inflorescence (the arrangement
among the ...
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