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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
exasperatus,-a,-um (part.A): covered with short hard points, rough, lit. 'roughened;' “rough with hard projecting points” (Fernald 1950); see asper,-era,-erum (adj.A); see echinatus,-a,-um (adj.A); cf. muricatus,-a,-um (adj.A): muricate, i.e. rough with short hard points like the shell of Murex; see rough, ‘rough with points;’

- ramis frondiumque basi exasperato muricatis, with the branches and the base of the fronds roughened, muricate.

- caudex, nodosis extus exasperatus gibberibus (Agardh), the caudex with knots externally roughened with humps.

- caule subangulato tuberculis subrotundis exasperato,(DeCandolle), with the stem somewhat angled, roughened with somewhat rounded tubercles.

- seminibus reniformibus exasperatis(DeCandolle)), with the seeds kidney-shaped, roughened.

- petiolis glandulis prominentibus exasperatis (DeCandolle), with the petioles roughened with prominent glandules.

 

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