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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
induplicatus,-a,-um (part.A), induplicativus,-a,-um (adj.A): “having the margins bent abruptly inwards, and the external face of these edges applied to each other without any twisting” (Lindley); “with the edges folded or turned in” (Fernald 1950); in aestivation, "Basically valvate but with each member involute, the lateral abaxial surfaces of adjacent members contiguous" (Kiger & Porter 2001); “having the edges bent abruptly toward the axis, used of the parts of the calyx or corolla in a bud; having the edges rolled inward and then arranged about the axis without overlapping - used of leaves in a bud” (WIII); cf. valvate, 'meeting along the margins only and not overlapping;'

- carpellis marginibus induplicatis (DeCandolle), with the carpels with margins induplicate [i.e. with the edges folded in].

- semen circa processum internum induplicatum v. hippocrepicum, rarius rectum laminam intra sulcam lateralem recipiens (B&H), the seed around the internal process induplicate or hippocrepiform, more rarely straight receiving the lamina within a lateral furrow.

- in Corylo tamen folia novella secus costam induplicata laminam duplicem formant, quarum interior dorso gemmae applicita (B&H), in Corylus, however, the young leaves along the costa are induplicate they form a double lamina, the inner [lamina] of which on the back is attached to a bud.

- vernatio ab omnibus affinibus differt folio juniore secus costam induplicato lamina interiore dorso gemmae applicita (B&H), the vernation differs from all related [species] by the young leaf along the costa induplicate, with the inner lamina on the back attached to the bud.

- sequentia tamen more generis induplicata, lamina interiore minore v. exteriorem subaequante (B&H), however, with the sequence [of the vernation], according to the manner of the genus, induplicate, with the interior lamina smaller or somewhat equalling the outer.

- calycis aestivatio valvata aut induplicata (DeCandolle), the aestivation of the calyx valvate or induplicate.

- lobis valvatis v. hinc inde margine angustissime obtectis v. induplicatis (B&H), with the lobes valvate or here and there very narrowly covered by the margin or induplicate [i.e. with the edges folded inward].

- limbus 4 - 5 partitus, lobis contortis dextrorsum rarius sinistrórsum obtegentibus rarissime aliter imbricatis v. in Menyantheis induplicato- valvatis (B&H), the limb 4-5-parted, with the covering lobes contorted toward the right more rarely to the left very rarely otherwise imbricate or in Menyantheae induplicate-valvate.

 

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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