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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
glandular, possessing of full of glands; glandulose, full of kernels, glandulous (Lewis & Short): glandulosus,-a,-um (adj.A), glandulatus,-a,-um (adj.A); cf. granular;

- indusiis et pubescentibus et glandulosis differt, it differs by the indusia both pubescent and glandular.

stipitate-glandular, with stalked glands: stipitato-glandifer,-fera,-ferum (adj.A), stipitato-glandulosus, -a,-um (adj.A).

NOTE: Lindley defined ‘glandular’ as “covered with hairs bearing glands upon their tips; as the fruit of Roses, the pods of Adenocarpus.”
glandular, relating to glands, having the function or nature of a gland, made up of glands: glandularis,-e (adj.B).

- Calyx tubulosus, 5-gonus, 5-sulcatus, glandulosus, (pilis glandularis) (Swartz), calyx tubulose, 5-sided, 5-furrowed, full of glandules, (with the hairs glandular).
glandular-pilose, with glandules associated with the hairs, probably most often at the tips: glandulari-pilosus (adj.A), glanduloso-pilosus (adj.A), glandulato-pilosus (adj.A), e.g.:

- Calyx tubulosus, 5-gonus, 5-sulcatus, glandulosus, (pilis glandularis) (Swartz), calyx tubulose, 5-sided, 5-furrowed, full of glandules, (with the hairs glandular).

 

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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