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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
intus (adv.): on the inside, within; (with verbs of motion) to the inside; opp. extus (adv.), 'outside, on the outside;' cf. subtus (adv.), 'below, beneath, underneath, in a lower place;' see inside, outside;

- somata verrucis extus papillis intus ornata, bodies ornamented with warts on the outside, with papillae inside.

- capsulae sporis intus occultis dispersae, capsules with spores hidden inside dispersed.

- capsula extra et intus scabra, capsule scabrous both inside and out.

- stylus apice aequalis, globosus v. demum in discum peltatum intus v. supra stigmatosum expansus (B&H), style at the apex symmetrical, globose or ultimately expanded into a peltate disc inside or on the upper side stigmatose.

- frutex v. suffrutex nanus, caule intus flavo (B&H), dwarf shrub or subshrub, with the stem yellow inside.

- petala sepalis dissimilia, nuda v. intus squamigera (B&H), the petals unlike the sepals, naked or bearing sales on the inside.

- valvae extus spadiceae, nitentes, reticulato-venosae, intus sordide fuscae (F. Mueller), the valves externally spadiceous [i.e.deep reddish-brown], shining, reticulate-veined, internally a dirty blackish-brown.

- [fungus; Peziza] cupulae 2 — 4 lin. latae, patulae, admodmn irregulares, intus valde plicatae vel rugosae sordide olivaceae, extus nigrae (S&A), the cuples 2-4 lines wide, spreading, very irregular, inside strongly plicate or rugose, dirtily olive-colored, outside a glossy black.

- [moss] intus sporangidii membrana in lacinias obtusas dentibus alternas producta. (C. Mueller), inside, the membrane of the spongidium extended into obtuse laciniae alternate with the teeth.

- [moss] dentes 16 lanceolati cuspidati extus trabeculati linea longitudinali praediti, intus lamellosi carnosuli flavescentes (C. Mueller), the teeth 16, lanceolate, cuspidate, on the outside trabeculate, provided with a longitudinal line, inside lamellose, somewhat fleshy, yellowish.

- [lichen ] Thallus cylindricus, ramosus, fruticulosus, intus granulis gonimis magnis, extus tenuiter et inaequaliter cellulosus (Nyl.), the thallus cylindric, branched, fruticulose, inside with large gonimous [i.e. of the blue-green alga] granules, outside thinly and unevenly cellulose [i.e. spongy].

NOTE: cf. extra (adv.): on the outside, externally; opp. of intra (adv.): 'on the inside, inwardly;' supra (adv. and prep. with acc.): on the upper side, above, beyond, over.'

 

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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