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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
ampliatus,-a,-um (part.A): ampliate, enlarged, increased, extended, expanded, usually after or during development as a ripening calyx ‘post anthesin’ after the flowering period; in liverworts, enlarged, outwardly curved as in the dorsal margin of the leaves of some species [> L. amplio,-avi,-atum, 1. to make wider, to extend, enlarge, increase, amplify];

- calycis tubus seu torus ampliatus, demum fructum involvens v. ei adhaerens (B&H), the tube of the calyx or the torus enlarged, eventually enveloping the fruit or adhering to this.

- involucellum 2-florum, per anthesin parvum, crenatum, fructiferum ampliatum, (B&H), involucel 2-flowered, small throughout anthesis, crenate, the fruit-bearing one enlarged.

- capsula involucro ampliato inclusa (B&H), capsule enclosed with the enlarged involucre.

- calyx campanulatus, 5-fidus, post anthesin membranaceo-ampliatus (B&H), calyx campanulate, 5-fid, after flowering membranaceous-enlarged.

- fructus intra basin calycis ampliati sessilis, nucamentaceus (B&H), fruit sessile inside the base of the enlarged calyx, nut-like.

 

A work in progress, presently with preliminary A through R, and S, and with S (in part) through Z essentially completed.
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