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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
fultus,-a,-um (part.A): supported, upheld, propped up [> L. fulcio, fulsi, fultum 3., to support, keep upright, prop up, uphold + abl. of means]; see ‘supported;’

- capsulae setis longis fultae, capsules held up by long setae.

- flores secus ramos paniculae bracteolis 1-2 fulti (B&H), flowers along the branches of the panicle supported by 1-2 bracteoles.

- flores pedúnculo communi simplici v. parum ramoso fulti (B&H), flowers propped up by a common peduncle simple (=unbranched) or somewhat branched.

- carpella matura stipite clavato fulta (B&H, )mature carpels supported by a clavate stipe.

- antherae sessiles v. filamento fultae et erectae, 2-loculares, rimis porisve dehiscentes (B&H), the anthers sessile or supported by a filament and erect, 2-locular, dehiscing by fissures or pores,

- TRICHOPODIUM, Cruciferae, non differt nisi spicis paucifloris pedunculo filiformi fultis (B&H), does not differ except by the spikes few-flowered, supported by a filiform [i.e. thread-like] peduncle.

- semina crassa, saepe arillata v. strophiolo (arillodio) fulta (B&H), the seeds thick, often supported by an aril or strophiole (arillodium).

 

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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