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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
cetero (adv.), ceteroqui(n) (adv.), caeteroqui(n) (adv.), caeterum (adv.), ceterum (adv.): for the rest, besides, otherwise, in other respects; see ‘otherwise;’

- flores bisexuales, caeteroquin a praecedente haud diversum (Austin), the flowers bisexual, otherwise from the preceding hardly different.

- stigmate laterali orbiculari-ovali medio mucronulato ceterum exappendiculato. (F. Mueller), with the stigma lateral, orbicular-oval, with a short point in the middle, otherwise without an appendage.

- gramina culmis erectis simplicibus vel ramosis, ad genicula sericeo-barbatis, cetero glabris, grasses with culms erect simple or branched, at nodes silkily bearded, for the rest glabrous (Stearn).

- gramina culmis erectis simplicibus vel ramosis, ad genicula sericeo-barbatis, cetero glabris, grasses with culms erect simple or branched, at nodes silkily bearded, for the rest glabrous (Stearn).

- folia terminalia patentia, cirrosa, caeterum longe et anguste lineali-lanceolata, concava, terminal leaves spreading, cirrose, for the rest, long and narrowly linear-lanceolate, concave.

- semina epulposa v. rarius in pulpa nidulantia, caeterum exarillata (B&H), the seeds without pulp or more rarely nesting in pulp, otherwise lacking arils.

- cortex in nonnullis pube, aut si mavis pruina, tenuissima cinerascente (an seminali?) obductus; ceterum laevis, the cortex in some [sc. species] with a pubescence, or, if you choose, overspread with a very delicate pruina, grayish (or perhaps seminal? [i.e. of spores, or ‘generative’]); otherwise smooth.

- Ceterum Sph. filicina planta gracilior, unde recens immo tactu distinguitur; in exsiccata genicula plerumque pellucida (Agardh), for the rest, the Sph. filicina plant is more slender, [whence fresh material is distinguished, yes! even by a touch; the genicula in dried out[specimens] usually pellucid.

- palea denique quoad venationem cum bractea intra spatham 1-floram Iridearum e tribù Ixiearum comparanda, homologia tamen caeterum minime clara (B&H), and finally the palea, should be compared as to the venation with the bract within the 1-flowered spathe of the Irideae from the tribe Ixieae, yet otherwise the homology is not at all clear.

- Solum videlicet nostrum septem triones orientemque versus glareosoarenosum, pinetis vastis e Pino praesertim sylvestri consitum, Erica, Vacciniis , Ledo palustri etc. onustum, , ceteroquin sterilissimum, fungorum tamen omnis generis farraginem nutrit abundantem vix exhauriendam (S&A), Our soil [i.e. land], it is plain to see, toward the north and east is gravelly-sandy, abounding with vast pine-forests constitued especially of Pinus sylvestris, with Erica, Vaccinia, Ledum palustre, etc., in other respects extremely sterile, yet it supports a rich medley of all the genera of fungi, scarcely to be exhausted.

 

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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