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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
hyalinus,-a,-um (adj.A): hyaline, “transparent, or nearly so” (Lindley); like glass, clear, lit. 'of glass or crystal,' colorless and transparent; (in fungi) “having no color and transparent or nearly so” (Ainsworth & Bosby); cf. hyaloides,-is (adj.C): like glass, hyaline, clear [> L. & Gk. hyalus,-i (s.m.II) glass, with glass-green color]; syn. pellucidus,-a,-um (adj.A), q.v.; see transparent; cf. aqueus,-a,-um (ad.A): clear as water; see colorless;

(in fungi) “(of spores chiefly, but also of other structures or substances under the microscope or otherwise, such as gluten) transparent or translucent; clear and colorless” (S&D).

- areolatione in parte basilari laxa, e cellulis magnis rectangularibus hyalinis (DozyMoeken), with the areolation in the basal part lax, from large, rectangular, hyaline cells.

- folia perigonii late ovata, caulinis teneriora, hyalina, margine haud incrassata (DozyMoeken), the leaves of the perigonium broadly ovate, more delicate than the cauline, hyaline, at the margine hardly thickened.

- folia perichaetii interiora erecta, convoluto-vaginantia hyalina, costata (DozyMoeken), inner leaves of the perichaetium erect, convolute-sheathing hyaline, costate.

- siliqua compressa, valvis planis, l-nerviis, saepe venosis; septo integro v, fìsso, hyalino (B&H), the siliqhe compressed, with the valves flat, 1-nerved, often full of veins; with the septum entire or divided, hyaline.

- sepala 2, orbiculato-cordata, membranaceo-hyalina, persistentia.(B&H), sepals 2, nearly orbicular-cordate, membranaceous-hyaline, persistent.

- [algae] intra perisporium hyalinum granula chlorophylli numerosa (Agardh), within the hyaline perisporium the granules of chlorophyl numerous.

- [algae] et in ramis per elapsum sporidiorum omnino hyalinis (Agardh), and on branches during the escape of the spores everywhere hyaline.

- [algae] fila simplicia a globulo hyalino egredientia (Agardh), the threads unbranched, issuing forth from a hyaline globule.

- (fungi) suborbicularis effusave tenera aquoso-alba subhyalina ad tactum cruentata, margine dense byssino niveo demum subevanido (S&A), suborbidular or diffuse, delicate, watery-white nearly hyaline [i.e. transparent], staining blood-red to the touch, with the margine densely cottony, snow-white, finally nearly disappearing.

 

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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