www.mobot.org Research Home | Search | Contact | Site Map  
 
Research
W³TROPICOS
QUICK SEARCH

MO PROJECTS:
Africa
Asia/Pacific
Mesoamerica
North America
South America
General Taxonomy
Photo Essays
Training in Latin
  America

MO RESEARCH:
Wm. L. Brown Center
Bryology
GIS
Graduate Studies
Research Experiences
  for Undergraduates

Imaging Lab
Library
MBG Press
Publications
Climate Change
Catalog Fossil Plants
MO DATABASES:
W³MOST
Image Index
Rare Books
Angiosperm
  Phylogeny

Res Botanica
All Databases
INFORMATION:
What's New?
People at MO
Visitor's Guide
Herbarium
Jobs & Fellowships
Symposium
Research Links
Site Map
Search

Projects
 
Introduction


Browse by Keyword


Search


Abbreviations


Bibliography


Resources


A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
entire (undivided); of margins, without irregularities, teeth, hairs; “having no kind of marginal division; (obsol.) also nearly destitute of marginal division, and (obsol.) not pinnatifid” (Lindley); “1. without toothing or division, with even margin, 2. in Lichens applied to an apothecium in which the perithecium or hypothecium wholly subtends the hymenium, or to the margin of an apothecium when continuous (Leighton)” (Jackson); (in mycology) “(of edges of gills, etc.), not torn; having no teeth” (Ainsworth & Bisby): integer, integra, integrum (adj.A), q.v.; indivisus,-a,-um (adj.A), ‘undivided, entire, whole;’ simplex,-icis (adj.B), simple, undivided, unbranched, having no divisions, of one piece or series, not consisting of several parts; opp. dissectus,-a,-um (part.A), dissected, deeply divided or cut into numerous segments; opp. divisus,-a,-um (part.A), ‘divided;’ cf. intactus,-a,-um (adj.A), ‘unbroken;’ see ‘all,’ ‘divided;’

- labello integro, with labellum entire.

- folia opposita v. rarius alterna, integerrima, exstipulata (B&H), the leaves opposite or more often alternate, completely entire, without stipules.

- gyncoecium integrum v. saepius lobatum v. subapocarpum (B&H), gynoecium entire or more often lobed or incompletely apocarpous.

- folia integra viridia, leaves entire green.

- foliis alternis integris divisisve (B&H), with leaves alternate, entire or divided.

- foliis integris viridibus, with leaves entire green.

- folia alterna v. rarius opposita, integra dentata v. lobata, submersa saepe multifida (B&H), the leaves alternate or very rarely opposite, entire, dentate or lobed, submersed [ones] often multifid.

- bractea integra, bract entire (Stearn).

- pedicelli bracteas membranaceas virides integras duplo superantes, pedicels twice as long as the membranous green entire bracts (Stearn).

- bractea intima indivisa integraque, the innermost bract undivided and entire.

- marginibus integris, with margins entire.

- stylus basi brevissimus, ramis stigmatosis 3 filiformibus indivisis (B&H), style at the base very short, with stigmatose branches 3, thread-like, undivided.

- folia radicalia v. alterna (in Clematideis opposita), integra v. palmatim subpinnatimve dissecta (B&H), leaves basal or alternate (opposite in Clematideae), entire or palmately or subpinnately dissected.

NOTE: ‘integer,-ra,-rum (adj.A) refers to marginal divisions; cf. omnis,-e (adj.B): each, every (in the singular); all, the whole; every one of them all (in the plural); totus, tota, totum (irregular adj.A): all, as distinguished from a part, all, the whole, the whole of, the entire.

 

A work in progress, presently with preliminary A through R, and S, and with S (in part) through Z essentially completed.
Copyright © P. M. Eckel 2010-2017

 
 
 
© 1995-2017 Missouri Botanical Garden, All Rights Reserved
P.O. Box 299, St. Louis, MO 63166-0299
(314) 577-5100

E-mail
Technical Support