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- adjective Growing in a bundle, tuft, or close cluster
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- adjective Growing in a
bundle, tuft, or close cluster.
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The _panicle_ is conical, erect with branches, fascicled, varying in length from 4 to 12 inches.
The inflorescence consists of spikes, solitary, digitate or fascicled, articulate and fragile; the joints of the floral axis and the pedicels of the pedicelled spikelets are trigonous and hollowed ventrally.
The inflorescence consists of racemes or panicles of fascicled spikes in the axils of spathiform bracts.
Spikelets many, dissimilar, in solitary, digitate or fascicled racemes or spikes; first glume not sunk in the hollow of the rachis.
The _panicle_ is ovate or ovate-oblong, on a short, smooth peduncle, usually open and stiff; branches are usually many, sub-solitary or fascicled, spreading or suberect, capillary, stiff, again branching from near the base and about 3 inches long; _rachis_ is angular, with glands and tufts of sparse white hairs at the angles of branches and branchlets.
Round the nave and choir are twenty-eight, or, including those of the transepts, thirty-six fascicled piers, which rise nearly to the roof.
The arch of the centre porch has an immense span, bordered by bold fascicled work, while over the doorway is the Martyrdom of St. Laurence in relief.
Between are pointed arches, and immediately above, the triforium, having over each arch a treble window resting on four fascicled and three impost colonnettes.
The most remarkable parts of the church are the tower, the capitals of the fascicled columns, and the glass of the windows around the chapel of the Virgin behind the high altar.
Spikelets fascicled unilaterally on a broad rachis, 4-glumed, glumes not echinate 13.