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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Fissura,-ae (s.f.I), abl. sg. fissura, nom. pl. fissurae, acc. pl. fissuras, dat. & abl. pl. fissuris (Diatoms): a crack, cleft, chink, fissure (Lewis and Short) [> L. findo, fidi, fissum, 3., to split, cleave, separate, divide, part];

- antherae ochroleucae, loculis longitudinaliter fissura apertis (F. Mueller), the anthers yellowish white with the locules longitudinally opened by a fissure; antherae fissuris lateralibus apertae, the anthers opened by lateral fissured.

- in fissuris rupium graniticarum montis Strzelecki's Peak (F. Mueller), in the fissures of granitic rocks of the mountain Strzelecki’s Peak.

- hab. in summis jugis Sierra Nevada in fissuris rupium et in glareosis glacialibus (Boissier), it grows on the summits on the ranges in the Sierra Nevada in chinks of rocks and in places full of glacial gravel.

- Hab. in fissuris septentrionalibus rupium in Sierra d'Estepona (Boissier), it grows in the north-facing fissures of rocks in the Sierra d’Estepona.

- Hab. in fissuris rupium, rarius in arvis in omnibus partibus calidioribus Regni Granatensis (Boissier), .it grows in the fissures of rocks, very rarely in cultivated fields in all the warmer parts of the Kingdom of Granada.

- inter scopulos et fissuras rupium prope nives perpetuas in Alpibus (DeCandolle), among the cliffs and fissures of rocks near perpetual snow in the Alps.

 

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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