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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
fertile, fruitful: fertilis,-e (adj.B), fecundus,-a,-um (adj.A), ‘capable of producing fruit;’ “having the power of producing perfect seeds; or fertilized; or producing large quantity of seeds” (Lindley); (productive) felix,-icis (adj.B), q.v., fruitful, fertile; ferax,-acis (adj.B), q.v., fruitful, fertile; fetus (foetus),-a,-um (adj.A), pregnant, breeding, of land: fruitful, productive (terra feta); fructificans,-antis (part.B): fruiting; fructuosus,-a,-um (adj.A); frugiferens,-entis (adj.B), fruitful, fertile, fruit-bearing; frugiparus,-a,-um (adj.A), fruitful, prolific; uber,-eris (adj.B), rich, abounding in anything, fertile, fruitful; semenifer,-fera,-ferum (adj.A), seed-bearing, fruitful; opp. infecundus,-a,-um (adj.A), ‘unfruitful,’ sterilis,-e (adj.B), q.v.; see fecundatus,-a,-um (part.A), fertilized, made fruitful;

- fertilis ubere campus, a field fertile with abundance.

- stamina fertilia 1 0 v. abortu pauciora (B&H), fertile stamens 10 or by abortion, fewer.

- stamina oo-seriata, exteriora (circiter 12) fertilia (B&H), stamens [indefinite]-seriate, the outer (around 12) fertile.

- stamina ananthera (staminodia) iis fertilibus alterna, stamens without anthers (staminodes) alternate to the fertile ones (Stearn).

- stamina omnia fertilia, nonnulla abortu sterilia, the stamens all fertile, some sterile by abortion.

- ineunte hieme florens et fructificans, flowering and fruiting in the beginning of winter.

- segmentorum fertilium venis atratis , with the veins of the fertile segments blackened.

- incolit ruderata & campos fertiles Indiae occidentalis (Swartz), it inhabits rubbishy places and fertile field of western India..

Fertile hypha: see conidiophore.

 

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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