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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
glandulosus,-a,-um (adj.A): glandulose, full of glands or glandules;

- calycis laciniae 5, omnes v. nonnullae extus saepius 2-glandulosae(B&H), laciniae of the calyx 5, all or some externally more often 2-glandulose.

- frutices v. rarius herbae glanduloso-punctatae(B&H), shrubs or more rarely herbs, glandulose-punctate.

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

- discus, glandulosus, germen circumdans (Necker), the disc full of glandules, surrounding the ovary.

- discus proprius glandulosus; glandulis 5, pistillum praecingentibus (Necker), the characteristic disc is glandulose; with the glandules 5, surrounding the pistil.

- discus proprius, glandulosus; glandulis 5 germen ambientibus (Necker), the characteristic disc is full of glandules; with the glandules 5, surrounding the ovary.

- pistillum 1, corpusculo glanduloso insidens (Necker), pistil 1, borne on a glandulose body.

- Humea elegans Smith, puberulo-glandulosa (F. Mueller), Humea elegans Smith, with a gland-tipped puberulence.

- Humea cassiniacea glanduloso-scabra, achenio ellipsoideo punctulato (F. Mueller), Humea cassiniaceae, glandulose-roughened, with the achene ellipsoid, punctulate [i.e. minutely dotted].

- folia 2-6 unc. longa, glandulis copiosis quidem sed subtilibus perforata (F. Mueller), leaves 2-6 inches long, with copious glandules certainly, yet delicate, perforate.

- stipite squamarum extimarum brevi parcissime lanuginoso, interiorum glanduloso-asperulo (F. Mueller), with the stalk of the outermost scales short, very sparingly wooly, [with the stalk] of the inner [scales] glandulose-roughened.

- staminodium interiorum margine discoque papilloso-glandulosis (F. Mueller), the inner staminode on the margin and disc papillose-glandulose [clearly roughened, a glandule perhaps a coarse papilla].

- petiolis apice biglandulosis (F. Mueller), with the petioles at the apex with two glandules.

- bracteae margine glanduloso-serrulatae (B&H), the bracts at the margine with the serrations glandule-tipped.

- foliis decussatis trigonis mucronulatis sessilibus glanduloso-tuberculatis (F. Mueller), with the leaves decussate, trigonous, mucronulate, sessile, glandulose-tuberculate [note here the “glandules” are swellings: tuberculate or pustulate swellings].

NOTE: F. Mueller seems to often use the word “glandulose” to indicate papilla-like structures.

eglandulosus,-a,-um (adj.A): lacking glands or glandules;

- sepala imbricata, dorso eglandulosa (B&H), sepals imbricate, lacking glandules on the back.

- omnia Rutacearum, nisi folia saepius alterna et eglandulosa (B&H), all [sc. species] Rutaceous [like the Rutaceae], except for the leaves more often alternate and lacking glands.

 

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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