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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
bilocular, “with two cavities” (Fernald 1950): bilocularis,-e (adj.B), 2-locularis,-e (adj.B);

- ovarium saepius perfecte v. imperfecte biloculare (B&H), ovary more often perfectly or imperfectly bilocular.

- antherae 6, marginales, sessiles, biloculares, transverse dehiscentes (B&H), anthers 5, marginal, sessile, with two cavities, transversely dehiscent.

- stamina 6, libera, antheris introrsum bilocularibus (B&H) the stamens 6, free, with the anthers inwardly bilocular.

- antherae ad apicem filamenti erectae, biloculares, v. laterales rarius uniloculares, connectivo tenui, loculis longitudinaliter dehiscentibus (B&H), the anthers at the apex of the filament erect, with two cavities, or lateral, more rarely unilocular, with the connective thin, with the locules longitudinally dehiscent.

- anthera media cujusve phalangis bilocularis, laterales uniloculares (B&H), the middle anther of which bundle is bilocular, the laterals with one loculus.

 

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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