[ ɹɐsˈiːmz], [ ɹɐsˈiːmz], [ ɹ_ɐ_s_ˈiː_m_z]
How to use "Racemes" in context?
There are many types of racemes, but the three most common are the terminal raceme, the ascending raceme, and the simple raceme. The terminal raceme is the most common and is simply a cluster of flowers at the end of a stem. The ascending raceme is similar to the terminal raceme, but the flowers grow higher up the stem. The simple raceme is a single flower at the top of the stem.
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