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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
daily (adj.), every day; diurnus,-a,-um (adj.A): lasting for a day, daily, diurnal, occurring in the day, “sometimes used for ephemeral” (Jackson); belonging to the day, of day-blooming or day-opening flowers; lasting for a day; ephemeral, ephemorous, “1. lasting for a day or less, as the corolla of Cistus quotidianus,-a,-um (adj.A); see day.

NOTE: quotidianus,-a,-um (adj.A) also means every-day, common, ordinary.
daily (adv.), every day: diurne (adv.): daily; quotidie (adv.), quotidiano (adv.);

- culturae isolatae totae optime in 30* C in agaro juris vegetabilis "V-8" dicti 13 - 14 mm quotidie attingentes, all isolate cultures best in 30*C in V-8 juice agar daily reaching 13-14 mm.

 

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