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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
innatus,-a,-um (part.A): innate, inborn, inherent, natural, intrinsic; borne on apex of supporting part, adhering by growing into; natural; “adhering to the apex of a thing, as the anther to the apex of a filament” (Lindley); “1. borne on the apex of the support; in an anther the antithesis of adnate; 2. imbedded (Leighton)” (Jackson); “borne at the apex of the supporting part, as some anthers” (Fernald 1950) [> L. innascor, innatus sum, 3. deponent, to be born in, to grow on or spring up in a place]; cf. adnatus,-a,-um (part.A), (of stamens) adnate with the corolla-tube, or an anther in its whole length with its filament;

- apothecia innata lecanorina aut paucissimis endocarpea (Nyl.), the inherent apothecia like Lecanora or in a very few, Endocarpon.

- stamina e parietibus perigynandae innata (Swartz), the stamens 2, adherent to the walls of the perigynanda.

- antherae innatae, apiculatae, biloculares (B&H), anthers [on the tip], with an apiculus, with two locules.

- antherae innatae, connectivo cum filamento continuo (B&H), the anthers innate [i.e. borne at the apex of the supporting part], the connective continuous with the filament.

- antherae innatae, loculis rimis lateralibus v. introrsum v. poris apicalibus dehiscentibus (B&H), the anthers innate [ i.e. borne at the apex of the supporting part], with the cavities dehiscing by lateral fissures or toward the inside or by apical pores.

- [fungi] Var. bb:] ramulis tenuibus acubusque innata notis nonnullis discrepat (S&Z), to thin twigs and [evergreen] needles adhered, [the variety] disagrees in some characters.

- [fungi] fila in hujus quoque speciei exemplis perfectioribus membranae suppositae innata visuntur (S&A), the threads of each species of this seems, in complete specimens, adhered to a membrane situated under it.

- [fungi] [var. alpha] ramulis siccis deciduis, muscis, foliis etc. innata in abietinis umbrosis ineunte Septembri (B&H), grown up on dry branchlets, mosses, leaves, etc. of shaded Abies at the onset of September.

- sparsam gregariamque, luti vetusti calce obducti fragmentis innatam (S&A), sparse and gregarious, adherent to flakes of old mud covered over with lime.

- (fungi) disco trunci abietini serra truncati innatum (S&A), adherent with the disc to the fir-trunk by a truncate tooth.

- (fungus) copiose innascitur fungillus noster elegantulus epigaeus solo praesertim argillaceo subdeclivi humidiusculo inter Polytricha , in sylvis , secus vias. etc.; our rather elegant little fungus grows copiously on soil, especially argillaceous, somewhat steep, rather humid, among Polytrichum [mosses], in woods, along roads, etc.

 

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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