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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
cupulate, cup-shaped, q.v., depressed, rounded and swollen like a little tub; “cup-shaped, rounded and swollen; e.g. open capsule of Physcomitrium, Phasconica” (Magill 1990); also, furnished with, provided with, subtended by a cupula,-ae (s.f.I): cupulatus,-a,-um (adj.A); cupuliformis,-e (adj.B); cf. cyathiformis,-e (adj.B), cup-shaped, shaped like a drinking cup; a little wider at the top than the bottom; see cup-shaped;

- columna staminea nunc brevissime cupulata, nunc elongata, apice staminodia 5 ligulaeformia ferens (B&H), the stamineous column sometimes very shortly cupulate, sometimes elongate, bearing at the apex 5 strap-shaped staminodes.

- discus petalifer et staminifer cupulatus calycis basi plus minus adnatus et ab ovario liber (B&H), petal-bearing and stamen-bearing disc cup-shaped, more or less adnate at the base of the calyx and free from the ovary.

- torus saepius in discum carnosum pulvinatum cupulatum, explanatum v. in glandulas divisum, liberum v. ovarium cum calyce connectentem, v. cum ovario solo confluentem, v. rarius ab ovario distinctum et calycis basin vestientem expansus (B&H), the torus more into a flattened, fleshy, pulvinate cup-shaped disc or divided into glandules, free or connecting the ovary with the calyx.

- discus cupulatus v. annulatus, liber v. stamina et petala apice ferens, v. in glandulas divisus, v. 0 (B&H), the disc supulate or annulate [i.e. ring-shaped], free or bearing stamens and petals at the apex, or divided into glandules, or none.

- arillo cupulato integro v. lacero (B&H), with the aril cup-shaped, entire or lacerate.

- carpellum 1, stigmate leviter cupulato-dilatato (B&H), the carpel 1, with the stigma lightly cupulate-dilated.

- sepala 4, basi in tubum ovario adnatum coalita (supera, ad apicem tori cupulati carpella circumdantis inserta) (B&H), sepals 4, at the base fused into a tube adnate with the ovary (above, inserted at the apex of the cup-shaped torus surrounding the carpels).

- genus, ob discum cupulatum in nonnullis speciebus ovarium arcte cingentem, ab auctoribus plerisque ad Passifloreas refertur (B&H), a genus, due to the cupulate disc in some species closely surrounding the ovary, and compared by many authors to the Passifloreae.

- sepala 3 , distincta, valde imbricata, extus bracteolis v. involucro cupulato stipata (B&H), sepals 3, distinct [i.e. separate], strongly imbricate, externally with bracteoles or stalked with a cup-shaped involucre.

 

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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