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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Carpophore, stalk-like structure supporting a sporocarp, gynoecium or mericarp; “the stalk of the pistil above or beyond the stamens” (Lindley); “1. the stalk of a sporocarp; 2. that part of the receptacle which is prolonged between the carpels as a central axis, as in Ceramium; 3. used by Fayod as inclusive of stipe, pileus and lamellae of Fungi” (Jackson); (in fungi), the stalk of the sporocarp, q.v.; sometimes (esp. in France) used for the complete fruit body of higher fungi (Ainsworth & Bisby); (fungi) “1. the stalk of the sporocarp (Lagarde, 1906); 2. the term used by most French mycologists to include pileus, stipe and gills or tubes, etc. or the entire fruit body, of the higher fungi” (S&D): carpophorum,-i (s.n.II), abl. sg. carpophoro” (Jackson): carpophorium,-ii (s.n.II), abl. sg. carpophorio, nom. & acc. pl. carpophora, gen. pl. carpophororum, dat. & abl. pl. carpophoris; cf. the stilboid, q.v. form of carpophore; cf. anthophore, gynophore; see stalk; see carpophyllum,-i (s.n.II);

- [Bunium] carpophorum integrum liberum (Boissier), carpophores entire, free [i.e. not fused or united].

- [LASERPITIUM] carpophoro bipartite (Boissier), the carpophores in two parts.

- nuces carpophoris crassis stipitata (B&H), nuts stalked, with the carpophores thick.

- [Butinia] carpopboro indiviso (Boisser), the carpophore not divided.

- [Umbelliferae] caeterum de Carpophori natura confer Mohl in Bot. Zeit. 1863, 264. (B&H), otherwise, regarding the nature of the Carpophore compare Mohl in Bot. Zeit. 1863, 264.

- carpophorum 0 v. carpellis adnatum (B&H), carpophore 0 [= none] or adnate to the carpels.

- carpophorum 2-fidum v. 2-partitum (B&H), the carpophore 2-fid [i.e. to the outer third] or 2-parted.

- carpophorum 0 (v. carpellis adnatum?) (B&H), carpophore none (or [perhaps] adnate to the carpels?)

- carpophorum 2-fidum v. 2-partitum, tenuissimum v. rigidum, ramis вазре complanatis (B&H), the carpophore 2-fid or 2-parted, very thin or rigid, often with complanate branches.

- genus ab Apio carpophoro, a Caro petalis, ab utroque habitu differt (B&H), the genus differs from Apios by the carpophore, from Carum by the petals, from either [of the two] by the habit.

- nuces 1-3, carpophoro crasso singulatim stipitatae (B&H), the nuts 1-3, individually stalked on a thick carpophore.

- carpophorum capillare bisectum (F. Mueller), the carpophore hair-like, cut [i.e. divided] in two.

Carposoma,-atis (s.n.III), nom. & acc.pl. carposomata: (fungi) “one of the non-fertile portions of the ‘carpophore’ or the carpophore in a young, nonfertile condition” (S&D).

[fungi] Carpophoromyces (pl.m.III), q.v., gen. pl. Carpophoromycum.

NOTE: the sporocarp: sporocarpium,-ii (s.n.II), abl.sg. sporocarpio, nom. & acc. pl. sporocarpia, dat. & abl. pl. sporocarpiis.

NOTE: Fruit-bearer: “Potter’s term for Carpophore” (Jackson).

 

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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