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This is a special type of cymose inflorescence.

Bracts of the involucres in this are fused, nectarines usually occur over the involucres.

Flowers are pedicillate and they have no perianth i.e., the naked position of perianth is marked by joint, male flowers have a single stamen and open in centrifugal order.

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