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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
argute (adv.), compar. argutius (adv.), superl, argutissime (adv.): sharply, acutely;

- foliis ad apicem densius et argutius dentatis (Mueller), with the leaves at the apex more densely and sharply dentate.

- folia nervis parallelis, pellucido-punctata, argute crenulata (B&H), leaves with the nerves parallel, transparently-dotted, sharply crenulate.

- folia argute serrata (B&H), the leaves sharply serrate.

- segmentis sessilibus argute serratis apice incisis (B&H), with the segments sessile, sharply serrate, incised at the apex.

- folia ampia, alterna et subopposita, acuta, argute glanduloso- erosa v. dentata (B&H), leaves big, alternate and nearly opposite, acute, sharply glandulose-erose or dentate.

- folia argute glanduloso-serrata. (B&H), leaves sharply glandulous-serrate.

- folia tamen grosse et argute serrata non lobato-ciliata appellantur (Mueller), however, the leaves are declared to be coarsely and sharply serrate not lobate-ciliate.

- (moss) nervo excedente apicem versus dorso argute serrato-cuspidata (Mueller), with the nerve [i.e. costa] overtopping toward the apex, on the back sharply serrate-cuspidate.

- costa apice argute et lobato-spinosa, (Mueller), at the apex sharply and lobate- spinose.

- germen argute 3-gonum (Swartz), the ovary sharply trigonous.

- foliis petiolatis omnibus argute paucidentatis (F.Mueller), with the leaves all petiolate p, sharply few-toothed.

 

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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