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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
apiculatus,-a,-um (adj.A): abruptly short-pointed, ending abruptly in a short point, apiculum or apiculus; in mosses, mucronate is shorter and cuspidate is longer and stouter (Magill 1990); cf. subulate (awl-shaped), slenderly long-acuminate, subulatus,-a,-um (adj.A), q.v., subuliformis,-e (adj.B); cf. mucronate, unquiculate;

- achenia capitata, utriculata, membranacea, stylo brevissimo persistente apiculata.(B&H), achenes capitate, utriculate, membranaceous, apiculate by the very short, persistent style.

- stamina linearía, connectivo ultra lóculos vix v. conspicue apiculato (B&H), stamens linear, with the connective beyond the locules scarcely or conspicuously apiculate.

- stamina 6, connectivo ultra lóculos dorsales conspicuos apiculato v. producto (B&H), stamens 6,.with the connective dorsal, conspicuous apiculate or extended beyond the locules.

- stamina apice valde inflexa, ultra lóculos laterales apiculata (B&H), stamens with an apex strongly inflexed, apiculate beyond the lateral locules.

- antheris lateraliter v. introrsum 2-locularibus longe apiculatis v. muticis.(B&H),with the anthers laterally or toward the inside 2-locular, long-apiculate or muticous.

- leguminibus acutis villosis stylo apiculatis, with the legumes acute, villous apiculate by the style.

- siliculae stigmate punctiformi apiculatae, silicle by the point-shaped stigma apiculate.

 

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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