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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
includens,-entis (part.B): enclosing; including, surrounding; shutting in, not reaching the surface or extending beyond the surrounding organs or structures, such as leaves; not projecting, comprised within [> L. includo, -cludi,-clusum, 3., to shut up, shut in, enclose; of inanimate objects, to insert e.g. "in scaphis aureis"; to surround; also cum (prep. + abl.) ‘together with;’ includit (3d pers. sg. pres. indic. of includere, ‘to include;’ ‘it includes;’ see surrounding;

- conidiophora 8 X 1 um (phialides includentia), conidiophores 8 X 1 um (including the phialids).

- sepalis concavis florem juniorem saepius includentibus (DeCandolle), with the sepals concave, more often enclosing the younger flower.

- species Americanae, bractea unica alabastrum includente (DeCandolle), American species with a single bract enclosing the bud.

- spicula pedicellata 1.5–2 mm longa, cum aristis 3–3.5 mm longa, spikelet pedicellate, 1.5-2 mm long, (together) with the aristae, 3-3.5 mm long.

- stamina cum antheribus 5 mm. longa, stamens together with (including) anthers 5 mm. long.

- stylus cum stigmate 4 mm. longus, style together with the stigma 4 mm. long.

- torus parvus v. saepius crassocarnosus,carpella varie includens v. superans (B&H), torus small or more often thickly-fleshy, variously enclosing the carpella or overtopping it.

- peridium commune caulescens, varie demum ruptum, includens peridiola numerosa (S&A), the peridium commonly developing a stem, ultimately variously ruptured, enclosing numerous peridioles.

- torus tubulosus, carpella includens, torus tubulose, enclosing

- TASMANNIA, Sr. in D C. Syst. Veg. i. 445, species 3 includit, floribus plerisque unisexualibus, carpelis paucis v. solitariis (B&H), Tasmannia includes 3 species with many flowers unisexual, with carpels few or solitary.

- BUERGERIA, Sieb, et Zuce. Fl. Jap. Farn. Nat. i. 78. t. 2, species Japónicas includit, quae nullo charactere a Talauma differe videntur nisi petalis saepius (nec semper) numerosioribus (B&H), Buergeria includes 2 Japonese species, which seem to differ from Talauma by no character except by the petals more often (not always) more numerous.

- GYMNOSPERMUM, Spach, Suit. Buff. viii. 66, L. altaicum et L. Eversmani includens, non differt nisi capsula etiam ante maturitatem apice magis hiante (B&H), Gymnospermum, including L. altaicum and L. Eversmani, does not differ except by the capsule even before maturity with its apex more gaping.

NOTE: use of cum (prep. + abl.): theca cum collo 2mm, theca, with [i.e. including] the neck, 2 mm.

 

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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