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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
dimorphicus,-a,-um (adj.A), dimorphus,-a,-um (adj.A): dimorphic, dimorphous, having or occuring in two forms or shapes, e.g. short- and also long-styled (dimorphostylus); = L. biformis,-e (adj.B), q.v.;

- styli dimorphi, styles dimorphic.

- in partisporas dimorphicas abrumpentes, breaking apart into partispores of two types.

- trichosporae dimorphae, neutrae collarem gerentes, trichospores dimorphous, neither bearing a collar.

- diffort capsulis miro modo dimorphis.(B&H), it differs by the capsules remarkably dimorphic.

- siliquae dimorphae, superiores Matthiolae, compressae, seminibus alatis, inferiores teretiusculae, indéhiscentes, transverse multiloculares (B&H), the siliques of two forms, the upper ones of Matthiola, compressed, with the seeds winged, the lower somewhat rounded, indehiscent, transversely multilocular.

- in speciebus nonnullis flores dimorphi observantur v. contemporanei v. succedanei, in several species dimorphic flowers are observed either contemporary [occuring simultaneously] or succedaneous [successional, sequential, following or succeeding one another in succession].

- staminodia dimorpha, exteriora oo filiformia, interiora 5 petaloidea (B&H), the staminodia are of two forms, the outer [indeterminate]filiform, the inner 5 petaloid.

- staminodia dimorpha; exteriora co parva, setacea v. glandulaeformia ; interiora ad 10, clavata (B&H), the staminodia are of two shapes, the outer [indetminate] small, like a bristle or like small glands, the inner to 10, club-shaped.

- flores dimorphi, petaliferi, steriles; apetali inferiores fertiliores (B&H), the flowers dimorphic, bearing petals, sterile; the petalless lower ones more fertile.

 

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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