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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
cirrosus,-a,-um (adj.A), cirrhosus,-a,-um (adj.A): cirrose: cirrhose, “1. tendrilled, 2. [mosses] with a wavy hair-point (Braithwaite)” (Jackson); (fungi) “cirrate, cirrose, rolled round (curled) or becoming so” (Ainsworth & Bisby); (fungi) “curled; curly; having a tendril” (S&D); see cirratus,-a,-um (adj.A);

- stirps cirrhosa, a tendril-bearing type of stem; see stirps (s.f.III).

- herba; nunc erectae rhizomate tuberoso, v. caespitosae, nunc tenera, diffusa; v. cirrhoso-scandentes (B&H), an herb, sometimes erect with a tuberous rhizome or caespitose, sometimes delicate, outspread or tendrilled-climbing.

- folia bifoliolata, petiolo apice cirrhoso (B&H), the leaves bifoliolate [i.e. with two leaflets], with the petiole at the apex tendrilled.

- capsulis elongato-linearibus, valvis demum cirroso-revolutis (F. Mueller), with the capsules elongate-linear, with the valves ultimately tendrilled-revolute.

- [fungus] sphaerulae, quas inanes vidimus , globosae fere , contiguae, in series longiores brevioresve rectilineas intra rimas ligni dispositae , laeves nec cirrhosae, totae immersae (S&A), the sphaerules that we saw empty, almost globose, contiguous, deposited in longer or shorter rectilinear rows within the cracks of wood, smooth or cirrhose, the whole immersed.

- [Clematis, a genus of vines and sarmentose shrubs] Sect. Cheiropsis: frutices sarmentosi. [Clematis cirrhosa] Frutex elegans sempervirens super arbores sepesque scandens (DeCandolle), sarmentose shrubs. (Clematis cirrhosa) an elegant evergreen shrub climbing over trees and hedges.

- [Unona] ramis apice cirrhosis (DeCandolle), with branches tendrilled at the apex [i.e. with apices slender and curling].

- herbae aut frutices scandentes et cirrhosae (DeCandolle), herbs or shrubs climbing and with tendrils.

- pedicellis infer. 2 abortivis cirrhosis (DeCandolle), with lower [inferioribus] pedicels 2 abortive, tendrilled.

- pedunculi nunc ramoso-paniculati, nunc simplices ultra medium cirrhosi et floriferi. (DeCandolle), the peduncles sometimes branched-paniculate, sometimes simple [i.e. unbranched] beyond the middle tendrilled and flower-bearing.

- racemis basi cirrhosis axillaribus spicaeformibus (DeCandolle), with the racemes at the base tendrilled, axillary, in the form of a spike.

ecirrosus,-a,-um (adj.A): lacking cirri, lacking tendrils;

- frutices cinereo-tomentosi, erecti, ecirrosi (B&H), shrubs ashen gray-tomentose, erect, lacking tendrils.

(moss) Anoectangium cirrhosum; Cissus cirrhosa; Vitis cirrhosa

- Fumaria media var. prehensilis, the species ‘petiolis subcirrhosis’ (DeCandolle), with nearly tendriled [i.e. slender and curling] petioles.

 

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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