periclinium

noun
peri·​clin·​i·​um | \ ˌperəˈklinēəm\
plural periclinia\ -​ēə \

Definition of periclinium

: the involucre of a composite plant

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History and Etymology for periclinium

New Latin, from peri- + clin- + -ium

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