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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
fasciculatim (adv.): in the manner of a fascicle, fasciculately, i.e. in fascicles, in bundles, in bunches;

- filis corticalibus verticaliter exeuntibus, with the cortical filaments arising in fascicles.

- stamina alte monadelpha v. singillatim fasciculatimve petalis opposita (B&H), the stamens tall monadelphous either singly or fasciculately [in fascicles] opposite the petals.

- herbae annuae, dichotomae v. fasciculatim ramosae (B&H), herbs annual, dichotomous or fasciculately branched.

- stamina 20-60, calycis fauce 1-2-oo-seriatim v. fasciculatim inserta,(B&H), stamens 20-60, on the throat of the calyx 1-2-indefinitely-seriate or fasciculately inserted.

- flores axillares v. terminales, fasciculatim dispositi (B&H), the flowers axillary or terminal, arranged in fascicles.

 

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