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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
fructifer,-fera,-ferum (adj.A): fruit-bearing, q.v.; see florifer,-fera,-ferum (adj.A), flower-bearing;

- racemi floriferi erecti fructiferi reclinati v. nutantes. (F. Mueller), flower-bearing racemes erect, fruit-bearing ones turned downward or nodding.

- pedicelli floriferi 2–2.5 cm longi, fructiferi 2.4–3.1 cm longi, pedicels floriferous 2-2.5 cm long, fructiferous ones 2.4-3.1 cm long.

- in statu fructifero, in the fruit-bearing stage.

- calyx fructifer saepissime auctus (B&H), fertile calyx most often enlarged.

- carpella 9-12, fructífera longe stipitata (B&H), carpels 9-12, the fruit-bearing ones long stalked.

- pedunculi [feminei] (specimine fructífero), elongati, uniflori (B&H), the female peduncles (in a fruit-bearing specimen).

- calycibus hirsutis, fructiferis ovatis fauce coarctatis (DeCandolle), with the calyces hirsute, the fruit-bearing ones ovate, close set to the throat.

- calyx florifer minimus cyathiformis 5-6-denticulatus, fructifer auctus liber (B&H), the flower-bearing calyx very small, cyathiform [i.e. cup-shaped], with 5-6 small teeth, the fruit-bearing [calyx] enlarged, free.

- spiculae florentes angustae fere lineares, glumis imbricatis, fructiferae quasi interruptae, caryopsibus prominentibus insignes (B&H), the flowering spiklets narrow, almost linear, with the glumes imbricate, the fruit-bearing ones as if interrupted, remarkable in their prominent caryopses.

- Hab. in incultis Sierra Nevada ubi ego floriferam et Cl. Rambur fructiferam collegimus (Boissier), it grows in uncultivated places in the Sierra Nevada where I flower-bearing and the most distinguished Rambur collected fruit-bearing [plants].

NOTE: bifer,-fera,-ferum (adj.A): bearing fruit twice a year: arbor bifera, malus biferus, etc.; also ‘of twofold form.’

 

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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