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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
antherifer,-fera,-ferum (adj.A), antheriger,-gera,-gerum (adj.A): anther-bearing;

- stamina ovarium circumdantia, omnia antherifera (B&H), stamens surrounding the ovary, every one of them (i.e. all) anther-bearing.

- stamina sterilia 6 (rarius antherifera) (B&H), stamens sterile 6 (more rarely anther-bearing).

- in tubum intus antheriferum connata in Endodesmia, in Endodesmia connate into an anther-bearing inner tube.

- stamina libera v. in cyathum extus oo-antheriferum connata (B&H), stamens free or connate into a cyathum (a cup) externally indeterminately anther-bearing.

- androecium columnare, superne 5-lobum, infra apicem extrorsum 3-4-antheriferis, antheris linearibus parallele adnatis (B&H), the androecium columnar, above 5-lobed, below the apex externally 3-4-anther-bearing, with the anthers linear, adnate in a parallel manner.

- (algae) dispositio semper per spiras continuas, forma plus minusve foliacea expansa, thecis antheriferis saepe numerosis, unde similitudo quaedam cum bracteis sporangiophoris Lycopodii, sporophyllis Equiseti etc. (Braun), the regular arrangement always through continuous spirals, the expanded, more or less leaf-like form, the anther-bearing thecae often numerous, whence a kind of similarity with the sporangiophore bracts of Lycopodium, the sporophyls of Equisetum, etc.

 

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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