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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
areolatus,-a,-um (adj.A): areolate, marked out into small usually angular spaces, in mosses especially referring to the shape of the cells in aggregate on the leaf blade; also used of the surface of spores; see alveolate; see foveolate; cf. reticulatus,-a,-um (adj.A), ‘arranged in a network;’

- basi laxe pellucide hexagone reticulata, superne multo minutius areolata, at the base laxely pellucidely hexagonally reticulated, going up much more minutely areolated

- fructus inferus, globosus v. ovoideus, apice areolatus (B&H), fruit inferior, globose or ovoid, areolate at the apex.

- septo crasso minutissime areolato, with a thick septum very minutely areolate.

- septo bilamellato, transverso areólato (B&H), with the septum bilamellate, transversely areolate.

. - venis subtilissimis umbrinofuscellis arcte eleganterque reticulata vel areolata (B&H), with the veins very subtly umbrino-fuscellous, closely and elegantly reticulate or areolate.

- carpella oo, toro turbinato immersa, stylis in massam areolatam connatis(B&H), carpels [indeterminate] immersed with the turbinate torus, with the styles connate into an areolate mass.

- petala 6, sepalis multo breviora, crassocarnosa, depressa, stamina singulatim involventia, in pseudodiscum triangulärem 6-areolatum conferta.(B&H), petals six, much shorter than the sepals, thick-fleshy, depressed, one by one enclosing the stamens.

- capituli receptaculum planum convexum conicum v. elongatum rarius concavum, nunc floribus delapsis areolatum (B&H), the receptacle of the head flat, convex, conic or elongate, more rarely concave, sometimes from the fallen flowers areolate.

diffractus,-a,-um (part.A): [fungi] “(of a pileus surface), cracked into small areas; areolate” (Ainsworth & Bisby); “(of the surface of the pileus) broken into areolae separated by chinks; ‘areolate;’ ‘rimose-areolate;’ see diffractus,-a,-um (part.A).

favoso-areolatus,-a,-um (adj.A): “divided into spaces resembling the cavities of honeycomb” (Lindley).



 

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