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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
branched: ramificatus,-a,-um (part.A), q.v.
branched, branching, bushy, full of branches: ramosus,-a,-um (adj.A), q.v.; multiramosus,-a,-um (adj.A), multiple-branched; divisus,-a,-um (part. B, q.v.) 'divided' may imply branching, as opp. to 'simplex,-icis' or 'simple' (i.e. unbranched); see brachiatus,-a,-um (adj.A), ‘having boughs or branches like arms;’ see bushy;

- inflorescentia semel ramosa, inflorescence once branched.

- capillitium dichotome ramosum, the capillitium dichotomously branched.

- frutex dense ramosus, the shrub densely branched (bushy).

- caulocystidiis interdum ramosis, with the caulocystidia sometimes branched.

- surculis erectis divisis, with shoots erect, divided (branched).

- herbae perennes rigidae, divaricato-ramosae, oligophyllae (B&H), perennial herbs, rigid, divaricat-branched, few-leaved.

- herba diffuse ramosa, subscandens (B&H), a somewhat climbing herb spread-out branched.

- erbae annuae, dichotomae v. fasciculatim ramosae(B&H),annual herbs, dichotomous or branched in fascicles.

- pedunculi nunc 1-5-flori axillares, nunc in paniculis terminalibus ramosi. (B&H), peduncles sometimes 1-5-flowered, axillary, sometimes branched in terminal panicles.

- inflorescentia saepius terminalis, ramosa (B&H), inflorescence more often terminal, branched.

- flores nunc in paniculas dense trichotomas v. umbellatim ramosas dispositi (B&H), the flowers sometimes arranged in densely trichotomous or umbellately branched panicles.

- frutex erectus, ramosus, ramulis pubesceutibus. (B&H), an erect shrub, branched with the branchlets pubescent.

- panículas terminales v. secus ramos unciferos secundas, ramis divaricato-recurvis. (B&H), the panicles terminal or unilateral along barb-bearing branches, with the branches divaricately [i.e. widely divergent] recurved.

coralliformis,-e (adj.B), q.v.: coral-like; “much branched; like coral in form” (Ainsworth & Bisby).

two-branched: bicornis,-e (adj.B), bicornutus,-a,-um (adj.A): having two horns, two-horned, as the apical appendages on anthers.

multiple-branched: multiramosus,-a,-um (adj.A).

branched in bunches or bundles: fasciculatus,-a,-um (adj.A), q.v.; fasciculatim (adv.) ramosus

fastigiate branching: fastigiatus,-a,-um (adj.A), q.v., “(branches) erect and near together;” fastigiatim (adv.) ramosum.

frondose branching, branched like a fern frond, i.e. closely and regularly branched in one plane (pinnate), as in the moss genus Thuidium (Magill 1990) frondosus,-a,-um (adj.A); cf. ‘dendroid’ where branches radiate from the apex of a trunk or stipe.

branched, complex like a reindeer's horn: rangiferinus,-a,-um (adj.A), q.v., rangiferoideus,-a,-um (adj.A)

bearing two club-shaped branches: biclavuliger,-gera,-gerum (adj.B)

branching at two levels: biverticillatus,-a,-um (adj.A), biverticillatim (adv.) ramosus.

branching whorled, in verticils three or more branches at one node: verticillatim ramosus,-a,-um (adj.A).
branched, very much: ramosissimus,-a,-um (adj.A); see dichasium;

- herbae perennes, rigidae, saepius ramosissimae et fragiles (B&H), perennial herbs, rigid, more often very much branched and fragile.

- herba annua, humilis, rígida, dichotome ramosissima (B&H), a low, annual herb, rigid, dichotomously [i.e. equally forked] very much branched.

- flores numerosi, parvi, cymis confertim ramosissimis (B&H), the flowers numerous, small, with the cymes crowded very much branched.

 

A work in progress, presently with preliminary A through R, and S, and with S (in part) through Z essentially completed.
Copyright © P. M. Eckel 2010-2017

 
 
 
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