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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
fructificatorius,-a,-um (adj.A): capable of bearing fruit [> L. fructificans (part.B), bearing fruit + L. suffix -orius,-a,-um (adj.A), capable of, or with a function of)].

- [algae] plerumque autem typum bicellularem magis complicatum ineunt, cellula vegetativa vario modo ramificata indeque cellulas fructifìcatorias plures, nonnullis pro gonidiorum et sporarum diversitate diversas, gerente (Braun), usually, however, they [i.e. the bicellular algae] begin a more complicated bicellular type, with the vegetative cell branched in various ways, and bearing there many fructificatory cells, different, with some to be used for a variety of gonidia and spores.

- [algae] nulla hic per stadium vegetationis cellulae divisio, neque generationum multiplicatio et diversitas, quum eadem cellula successive thalli et organi fructificatorii (goniocytii vel sporocytii, vulgo „sporangii") dignitate induatur (Braun), there is no division of the cell here [i.e. in this case] throughout the course of growth, nor a multiplication of generations and diversity [i.e. variety of generations], when the same cell successively may be adorned with the dignity [i.e. worthy function] of a thallus and of a fructificatory organ (of a goniocyte or a sporocyte, commonly [called] the ‘sporangium’).

 

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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