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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Foveola,-ae (s.f.I), abl. sg. foveola: dim. of fovea, 1. a minute pit; 2. “the perithecium of certain Fungals” (Lindley); 3. in Isoetes, a small depression above the fovea, from which the ligule springs” (Jackson); cf. alveola,-ae (s.f.I);

- petala basi foveola nectarifera impressa (B&H), petals at the base impressed with a nectariferous pit.

- semina a foveolis receptaculi centralis persistentis pendula (B&H), the seeds pendulous from the pits of the persistent central receptacle.

- semina foveolis dissepimenti spurii semi-immersa, scrobiculata (B&H), seeds partly immersed with the foveolae of the spurious dissepiment.

- embryo minimus, intra albuminis foveolam locatus (DeCandolle), the embryo minute, located within the foleola of the albumen.

- sepalis ad basim glandula foveolave instructis. (DeCandolle), with the sepals provided at the base with a glandule or minute pit.

- seminibus hinc ab hilo ad foveolam oppositam sulco longitudinali notatis (DeCandolle), with the seeds marked from here from the hilum to to foveola opposite with a longitudinal furrow.

- foliis ovato-oblongis, foveolis minimis glanduliferis (DeCandolle), with the leaves ovate-oblong, with tiny glandule-bearing pits.

 

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