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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
exsudans,-antis (part.B): exuding, sweating [> L. exsudo, 1., to come out in sweat, exsude; to sweat out]; cf. lactescent, exuding a milky fluid when damaged, milky; becoming like milk: lactescens,-entis (part.B); cf. also lacrimans,-antis (part.B), ‘weeping, of plants which exude gum (Lewis & Short);

- salem exsudans, exsuding salt.

- conidia cirrho pallide luteo exsudentia, conidia exuding a pale yellow cirrhus.

- herbae saepissime glanduloso-pilosi, glandulis magnis liquorem viscidam copiosam exsudantibus (B&H), herbs most often glandulose-pilose, with glandules large, exsuding a copious viscid fluid.

- arbuscula resinam pelluciditate et colore succinum aemulantem exsudans. (F. Mueller), a small tree exsuding a resin resembling amber in transparancy and color.

 

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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