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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
inclusus,-a,-um (part.A): included, enclosed, shut in, embedded, not reaching the surface or extending beyond the surrounding organs or structures, such as leaves; not projecting, comprised within; “not protruding beyond the surrounding organ” (Jackson); opp. exsertus,-a,-um (part.A), exserted, thrust forth, protruding from or extending beyond surrounding organs; cf. reconditus,-a,-um (part.A), closed, hidden, shut up, not easily seen;

- stamina inclusa, stamens not projecting [i.e. included].

- folium (petiolo 3 cm. longo incluso) 10 cm. longum, leaf (with petiole 3 cm. long included) 10 cm. long.

- cystioles in materia luteola semicrystallina inclusa, cystioles enclosed in yellowish semicrystalline material. [stearn?]

- inflorescentia primum intra bracteam inclusa, inflorescence at first within a bract included.

- cocci 5-8, petalis coriaceis v. valde accrescentibus succosis inclusi (B&H), cocci 5-8, included in petals coriaceous or succose, strongly accrescent.

- Antherae in tubo stamineo sessiles v. brevissime stipitatae, inclusae v. exsertae (B&H), the anthers sessile on the stamineal tube or very shortly stalked, included or exserted.

- sinubus per bases superimponentes loborum imbricatorum inclusis, with the sinuses enclosed with the overlapping bases of the imbricate lobes.

- embryo intra spermodermium inclusus, cotyledonibus instructus (DeCandolle), the embryo included within the spermodermium, provided with cotyledons.

- (algae) Sporidia in ramulis transformatis inclusa (Agardh), the sporidia enclosed in the transformed branchlets.

- (algae) granulis in fronde inclusis (Agardh), with the granules embedded in the frond.

- (algae) sporidia ( vel sporae?) aut in cellulis per frondem sparsis singulis immersa (Dictyota, Haljseris, Dictjosiphori), aut in filamentis seminiferis ( ? ) sporas cingentibus (Asperococcus, Cutleria, Sdlophord) , aut ab iisdem separatis (Padina) inclusa; the sporidia (or spores?) either immersed into individual cells scattered throughout the frond, or enclosed in seedbearing (?) filaments encircling the spores, or distinct from these things.

- (moss) antheridia in gemmis inclusa, the antheridia enclosed in the gemmae.

- (moss) archegonia in lamina ventricosa jugi ultimi foliorum inclusa, the archegonia included within the swollen lamina of the final pair of leaves.

- (moss) pedicello vaginula laxa cylindrica prorsus incluso, with the pedicell [i.e. seta] entirely included in the flaccid, cylindric vaginula.

NOTE: "cum can also be used, e.g. cellula (cum tuberculo) 1 mm. longa, cell (including tubercle) 1 mm. long," (Stearn).

Folia (pl.n.II) includentia (pl. part.B): ‘including-leaves;’ “applied to alternate leaves which in the sleep-position approach buds in their axils, seeming to protect them as in Sida (DeCandolle)” (Jackson).

 

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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