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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
cirriformis,-e (adj.B), cirrhiformis,-e (adj.A): like a ringlet or curling lock of hair; tendril-like; ”having the form of a cirrus: slender and prolonged and usually curved - used of processes” (WIII); nerviformis,-e (adj.B): as in the midrib of a leaf, as a prolongation of it, as in a tendril;

- petiolis cirrhiformibus, segmentis petiolulatis 3-partitis integrisve (DeCandolle), with the petioles cirrhiform [i.e. tendril-like], with the segments petiolulate, 3-parted or entire.

- [Clematis; vines] foliis pinnntim sectis, petiolis cirrhiformibus (DeCandolle), with the leaves pinnately cut, with the petioles tendril-like.

 

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