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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Intuitus,-us (s.m.IV), abl.sg. intuitu: look, view, sight, glance [> intueor,-itus 2 (deponent), to look at; regard, contemplate, consider];

- primo intuitu, at first glance.

- [fungus] Utraque nunc regularis scutelliformis primo intutu sublichenoidea , nunc minus magisve difformis (S&D), each [sc. variety] sometimes regular [i.e. normal or usual], scutelliform, at first sight nearly like a lichen, sometimes more or less abnormal [i.e. unusual, as in shape].

- genus primo intuitu facile in tria divisibile, a genus at first glance easily divisible into three.

- Nonnullae Ebenaceis quibusdam primo intuitu subsimiles, sed florum structura longe distant (B&H), some [sc. species] are rather similar to certain Ebenaceae [species] at first glance.

- SANGUINARIA, Linn., genus Papaveraceum, primo intuitu Berberideis palmatifoliis affine, abunde differt gynoecio dimero syncarpico (B&H), Sanguinaria, Linn., a Papaveraceous genus, at first glance related to the palmate-leaved Berberideae, abundantly differs by the dimeric syncarpic gynoecium.

- primo intuitu Berberideis palmatifoliis affine, abunde differt gynoecio dimero syncarpico (B&H), at first sight, related to the palmatifoliate Berberideae, it abundantly differs by the two-parted, syncarpic [i.e. with united carpels] gynoecium.

- ab omnibus speciebus indigenis mihi cognitis primo intuitu jam scapo único dignoscitur (F. Mueller), from all indigenous species known to me, at first glance immediately distinguished by the single scape.

- ТНЕCАРHОRА, primo intuitu Echinoplioreis accedit, sed fructus perfecte 2-carpellatus (B&H), at first sight it approaches Echinoplioreae, but the fruit is perfectly 2-carpellate.

 

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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