FAS'CICLE, n. [L. fasciculus, from fascis, a bundle.]In botany, a bundle, or little bundle; a species of inflorescence, or manner of flowering, in which several upright, parallel, fastigiate, approximating flowers are collected together.
FAS'CI-CLE, n. [L. fasciculus, from fascis, a bundle.]
In botany, an aggregate of fastigiate flowers whose foot stalks or peduncles spring irregularly from the top of the main stem, not from one point, but from several. – DeCand. Willd.
small bundle or collection; a compact cluster; as, a fascicle
of fibers; a fascicle of flowers or roots.
- One of the divisions
of a book published in parts] fasciculus.