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|This article contains a translation of Blütenstand from de.wikipedia.|
- Looks like Euphorbia pulcherrima (Poinsettia) - Marshman 18:06, 17 February 2006 (UTC)
This article is very inaccurate.
- Determinate/indeterminate: Explain better
- Raceme: Should come before corymb
- Cyme: Explain types
- Head: It can also be determinate. Other inflorescences, like the cyathium (not mentoned!) are pseudanthia.
- Spadex: Is a kind of spike
- Ament and catkin are the same thing
- Solitary: is not an inflorescence
- The poinsettia has a corymb of cyathia, not florets
- Many, many other things
Please, improve this article. Aelwyn 08:26, 27 May 2007 (UTC)
Hi! I have some questions. This article has been completely re-written recently.
- Don't you think articles like panicle, raceme, umbel, pedicel are now unuseful?
- Do you think that cone doesn't belong here?
- Should spadix ad catkin be listed in the 'Other' section and have their own for a more in-depth description, just like cyathium?
- Is there a name in english for the spike-like inflorescence of Mentha longifolia (italian: spicastro, german: Scheinähre)
- Do you think that the thyrse comes conceptually before the panicle?
- Another name for Other section? Maybe 'Specialised inflorescences'?
- Assessment? Still at Start level?
Aelwyn 12:06, 15 September 2007 (UTC)
- Possibly. I've asked for review much time ago, but it didn't help. I'm no native English speaker, so my only answer is 'possibly'. Sorry Aelwyn (talk) 19:48, 22 December 2007 (UTC)
In the Metatopy section, the example labeled "Recaulescence" shows a schematic that does not correspond to the actual structure shown by the real-world example, Tilia. Although it is not very clear in the photograph, in Tilia, the stalk supporting the inflorescence emerges from the middle of the blade-section of the bract. The schematic shows the entire bract on a side-stalk. Mmmeiss (talk) 13:04, 30 October 2008 (UTC)Martin M. Meiss