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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
ideo (adv.), ideoque (ideo + -que) (adv.); and so, for that or this reason, therefore, = itaque (adv.); see therefore;

- calyptra cellulis clavatis muciferis obtecta ideoque maxime mucosa (Steph.), the calyptra covered with clavate muciferous cells and therefore very mucose.

- palustres ideo musci terrae lutosae plerumque adeo immersi, ut eorum caulis humo obrutus lateat (Bridel), swamps for that reason the mosses of miry earth are usually so immersed, that their stem lies hidded, buried in soil.

- embryo rectus, axilis, radicula ad hilum versa et ideo saepius supera (DeCandolle), the embryo straight, in the axis, with the radicle facing the hilum and for this reason more often above [superior].

- semina ideo semper vere parietalia, sed nunc placentae parieti contiguae nunc septi angulo interno adfixa plurima, parvula (DeCandolle), the seeds for this reason are truly parietal, but sometimes contiguous to the wall of the placenta, sometimes attached to the inner angle of the septum, very many, rather small.

- bacca ovata, in collum apice attenuata et ideo lagenaeformis (DeCandolle), the berry ovate narrowed at the apex into a neck, and consequently flask-shaped.

- petala 4-5 dentibus calycinis alterna, disco ovarium ambiente extus inserta et ideo inter hypogyna et perigyna ambigua (DeCandolle), the petals alternate with the 4-5 calyx-teeth, with the disc surrounding the ovary on the outside and consequently ambiguous between hypogynous and perigynous.

- flores in India occidentali semper triandri, quales etiam in Anglia frequentissime occurrunt, ideoque omnino Holostei est species, cujus generi apte adjungitur (Swartz), the flowers in western India always triandrous [i.e. with three stamens], of the kind that also most frequently occur in England, and for this reason the species is altogether one of Holosteum, to the genus of which it is appropriately joined.

- habitu, statione, tempore &c. Dianthera quidem a Justicia quodammodo differt, charactere vero floris essentiali omnino convenit, ideoque inter Justicias collocanda (Swartz), at least by the habit, station [i.e. habitat], season &c., Dianthera differs in a certain way from Justicia, yet certainly by the essential character of the flower it thoroughly agrees, therefore it is to be placed among the Justicias.

 

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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