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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
induratus,-a,-um (part.A), indurate, hardened [> L. induro,-avi,-atum 1., to make hard, to harden]; opp. pulposus,-a,-um (adj.A): fleshy, pulpy;

- ostiola recta, brevia, sphaerula duplo fere, vix triplo longiora, guttula anomala indurata pellucida fulvescente passim coronata (S&A), the ostioles straight, short, almost two times, scarcely three times longer than the sphaerules, everywhere crowned with an unusual hardened pellucid somewhat tawny droplet.

- ostiola elongata, setacea, in exemplis plurimis glebula pendula gelatinae induratae sordide flavicantis subglobosa vel irregulari coronata (S&A), the ostiole elongate, setaceous, in most specimens crowned with a pendulous nearly globose or irregular glebule [i.e. small lump] of the dirty yellowish hardened gelatin.

- ostiola recta, crassiuscula, sphaerula duplo fere , vix triplo , longiora , guttula anomaia indurata pellucida fulvescente, passim coronata (S&A), the ostiole straight, somewhat thick, almost two times longer than the sphaerule, scarcely three times, crowned here and there with an unusual, hardened, pellucid, somewhat tawny droplet.

- In ligno sicco indurato, on hardened, dry wood.

- In Agaricis post putredinem induratis ubique , vulgalissima species (S&A), a very common species in the Agarics that are completely hardened after putrefaction.

- qua metamorphosi peracta, fungus noster induratus ac totus solidus , e livido - fuligineo nigricans , diu persistit (S&A), by which metamorphosis completed, our fungus hardened and all solid, growing black from a livid sooty-brown, persists for a long time.

- pericarpio saspe spongioso-pulposo siccitate indurato.(B&H), with the pericarpoum often spongy-pulpy, hardened when dry.

- bacca globosa, exocarpio saepe indurato, endocarpio pulposo (B&H), the berry globose, with the exocarpium often hardened, with the endocarp pulpy.

- panis, gen.sg. panis (s.m.III) induratus, abl. sg. pane indurato, indurated or hardened [i.e. stale] bread;

- [Mucor herbariorum ‘of herbaria;’ fungus] extra herbaria etiam panis indurati mucidorumque lignorum incolam passim vidimus (S&A), beyond [i.e. in addition to] herbaria we saw it everywhere an inhabitant of hardened [i.e. stale] bread and musty wood.

 

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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