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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
foliolatus,-a,-um (adj.A): provided with leaflets; see foliolum,-i (s.n.II).
-foliolatus,-a,-um (adj.A): in L. comp. -leafleted, provided with (specified) leaflets;

- brevifoliolatus, with short leafletes; quadrifoliolatus, 4-leafleted; magnifoliolatus, with large leaflets; paucifoliolatus, with few leafletes; multifoliolatus, with many leaflets; unifoliolatus, with a single leaflet;

- folia palmatim ternatae vel quinatae vel septenatae, leaves palmately in threes, in fives or sevens (i.e. palmately 3-, or 5- or 7-foliolate).

- ramis articulatis foliis saepius oppositis 2- foliolatia v. pinnatis (B&H), with the branches jointed, with the leaves very often opposite, 2-foliolate or pinnate.

- folia bifoliolata, petiolo apice cirrhoso(B&H), the leaves tw-leafleted, with the petiole cirrhose at the apex.

- folia opposita, ternatim pinnatimve plurifoliolata v. rarius simplicia (B&H), the leaves opposite, ternately or pinnately many-leafletted or very rarely simple.

NOTE: “one-foliolate (1-foliolate, unifoliolate): a compound leaf reduced to a single leaflet, usually recognized by the articulated or jointed ‘petiole’, which is in fact a petiole plus a petiolule” [ New South Wales Flora Online; Jan. 2015]; see unifoliolatus,-a,-um (adj.A);

- [Sapindus] folia alterna, exstipulata, simplicia 1-foliolata v. abrupte pinnata, foliolis integerrimis rarissime serratis (B&H), leaves alternate, lacking stipules, simple [i.e. undivided] or abruptly [i.e. evenly] pinnate, with the leaflets completely entire, very rarely serrate.

- [Phloxanthus] folia ramis floriferis subsessilia 1-foliolata, sterilibus imparipinnata petiolata (B&H), leaves with the floriferous branches nearly sessile, 1-foliolate, the sterile ones unequally pinnate, petiolate.

- [Ellipanthus] folia breviter petiolata, 1-foliolata, oblonga (B&H), the leaves shortly petiolate, once-foliolate, oblong.

 

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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