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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
foveolatus,-a,-um (adj.A): minutely or slightly pitted; “marked with small pitting” (Jackson); “delicately pitted; dimpled” (Ainsworth & Bisby); opp. efoviolatus,-a,-um (adj.A), lacking foveolae; cf. alveolaris,-e (adj.B), alveolatus,-a,-um (adj.A); see pitted; see punctatus,-a,-um (adj.A);

- ovula parieti foveolato v. papilloso affixa (B&H),ovules attached to the foveolate or papillose wall.

- nuces subglobosa, e foveolis tori breviter prominentes (B&H), nuts almost globose, shortly projecting from the pits of the torus.

- siliqua septo foveolato, membranaceo (B&H), silique with a pitted, membranaceous septum.

- sepala concava, basi intus ваeре glandulosa v. foveolata (B&H), sepals concave, at the base, inside, often glandulose or minutely pitted.

- calyx subcampanulatus, profunde 5-fidus, laciniis crassis basi foveolatis (B&H), the calyx campanulate [i.e. bell-shaped: cup-shaped with a broadened rim], deeply 5-divided, with the laciniae at the base thick, pitted.

- stamina libera, discum latum crassum foveolatum a petalis usque ad ovarium obtegentia (B&H), stamens free, covering the broad, thick, pitted disc from the petals to the ovary.

- torus crassus, urceolaris, 8-10-glandulosus v. 8-10-foveolatus(B&H), the torus thick, urceolare [i.e. like a pitcher], with 8 to 10 small glands or 8-10 small pits.

- semina umbilico conico foveolato (B&H), seeds with a conic pitted umbilicus.

- placentis globosis foveolatis (B&H), placenta globose, minutely pitted.

- ovaria seu carpella 8-24, nunc toro ampliato superne profunde foveolato semi-immersa (DeCandolle, the ovary or carpels 8-24, sometimes with the torus enlarged above deeply pitted, half-immersed.

- torus distincte foveolatus (DeCandolle), the torus distinctly foveolate.

- petala virescentia acuta, apice quasi bifoveolata (DeCandolle), the petals greenish, acute, at the apex as if two-pitted.

- semina dense et minutissime foveolatis (F.Mueller), the seeds densely and very minutely foveolate.

reti-foveolatus,-a,-um (adj.A): reticulate-foveolate.

Isoetes foveolata, its sporangia heavily dotted (Fernald 1950).

 

A work in progress, presently with preliminary A through R, and S, and with S (in part) through Z essentially completed.
Copyright © P. M. Eckel 2010-2017

 
 
 
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