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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Budding, producing buds: gemmatio,-onis (s.f.III), abl.sg. gemmatione.
Budding, producing buds (Engl. noun): gemmatio,-onis (s.f.III), abl.sg. gemmatione.
budding (Eng. verb):

budding off: “(of a plant or its parts) to arise like a bud from some precursor, often used with ‘off;’ to reproduce asexually, as a new cell (as in yeasts) by pinching off a small part of the parent cell” (WIII): propullans,-antis (part.B): sprouting forth from, putting out, shooting forth, budding; ‘budding off;’ see propullans,-antis (part.B);

- [Stilophora; alga] St. papillosa nob. fronde compresso-cylindracea irregulariter dichotoma et per totam plerumque frondem ramentis irregulariter propullantibus obsessa (Agardh), St. papillosa [nobis, by us, i.e. [described] by me] with the frond compressed-cylindric, irregularly dichotomous and usually throughout the whole frond beset with irregularly budding off ramenta.

budding out: “(of a plant or its parts) to set buds; to commence growth from buds, break dormancy, often used with ‘out;’ to reproduce asexually, as a new cell (as in yeasts) by pinching off a small part of the parent cell” (WIII): germinans,-antis (part.B), sprouting out or forth, putting forth, germinating, budding out; pullulans,-antis (part.B), budding off, sprouting, germinating; pullascens,-entis (part.B): germinating, budding, sprouting out; pullans,-antis (part.B): germinating, budding, sprouting out;

- ex gemmis pampini pullulans, from buds the tendrils sprouting.

- ab radice pullans, sprouting or budding from the root.

budding, to gem, gemming: gemmans,-antis (part.B), putting forth buds, budding; gemmascens,-entis (part.B) beginning to bud, budding; gemmiparus,-a,-um (adj.A), q.v., gemmiparous, producing buds or bud-like organs or structures.

pullans,-antis (part.B), q.v., germinating, budding, sprouting out.

pullascens,-entis (part.B), q.v., germinating, budding.

pullulans,-antis (part.B), q.v., pullulant, pullulate, budding out, sprouting, germinating.



Budding (Eng. noun), the horticultural technique of taking a bud from one plant and growing it on another: insculpatio,-onis (s.f.III), q.v., abl. sg. insculpatione: “the operation of grafting or budding” (Lindley); see grafting (Eng. noun).

 

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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