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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
incrassatus,-a,-um (part.A): thickened, as in cell walls; “thicker than usual in proportion to its area; as the leaves of the Houseleek” {succulent perennial species of the genus Sempervivum (Crassulaceae)(Lindley);made thick or stout [> L. incrasso,-avi,-atum, 1: to make thick or stout]; opp. attenuatus,-a,-um (part.A), q.v., becoming thinned; cf. dilatatus,-a,-um (part.A), q.v. dilated, broadened, widened;

- cellulae epidermidis trigonis magnis incrassatae, cells of the epidermis thickened with large trigones.

- parietibus radialibus maxime aequaliterque incrassatis, with the radial walls very greatly and equally thickened.

- lobi laterales unguem marginantes v. erecti, saepe in massam solidam incrassati (B&H), the lateral lobes bordering the claw or erect, often thickened into a solid mass.

- folium cum costa apice dilatato-incrassata, leaf with the costa at the apex dilated-incrassate.

- torus parvus, elevatus v. stipitiformis, rarius carnoso-incrassatus, rarissime in discum expansus(B&H), the torus small, elevated or appearing stalked, more rarely fleshy-thickened, very rarely expanded into a disc.

- antheris apice 1-2-porosis v. rarius 2-rimosis, connectivo saepius incrassato v. varié appendiculato(B&H), with the anthers at the apex with 1 to 2 pores or more rarely 2-fissured, with the connective more often thickened or variously appendiculate.

- stamina 10, filamentis brevissimis complanatis v. basi ovoideo-incrassatis (B&H), stamens 10, with the filaments very short, complanate or at the base ovoid-thickened.

- staminum filamenta apice incrassata. (B&H), the filaments of the stamens thickened at the apex.

- placentas mox teretes , mox e basi rotundata angustiore sursum aliquantum incrassatas (S&A), the placentas soon round, soon from a rounded, narrower base, somewhat thickened upwardly.

- rarius in foliis coryleis, rostris paullo longioribus apice tantillum incrassatis, demum inclinatis (S&A), more rarely on Corylus leaves, with the beak somewhat longer, at the apex a bit thickened.

- stipes albidus, deorsum plus minusve incrassatus (S&A), the stipe whitish, downwardly more or less thickened.

- tophuli angustiores a basi frondium incrassata (Agardh), the tophules narrower, thickened from the base of the frond.

- caulis vix pennam anserinam crassus, 2-3 pollicaris, frondibus dense egredientibus basi incrassatis usque bipedalibus ornatus (Agardh), the stem scarcely a goose feather thick, 2-3-inches, ornamented with densely arising fronds, thickened at the base to two-feet.

- culmis basi subincrassatis caespitosis, foliis anguste linearibus (Boissier),with the culms at the base nearly incrassate, caespitose, with the leaves narrowly linear.

NOTE: pars, gen.sg. partis (s.f.III), acc. sg. partem, abl. sg. parte, nom. & acc. pl. partes, dat. & abl. pl. partibus, ‘part, portion, sector, piece + incrassata (adj.A), ‘thickened;’

- metulae interdum in parte apicali incrassatae, metulae sometimes in the apical part thickened.

incrassatulus,-a,-um (adj.A): somewhat thickened.

 

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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