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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
involucralis,-e (adj.B): involucral, of or belonging to the involucre;

- bracteae involucrales lineares, involucral bracts linear.

- foliis radicalibus 3-5- partitis, laciniis 3-fidis integerrimis ad margines dense villosis, involucralibus indivisis (DeCandolle), with the basal leaves 3-5-parted, with the lacinia 3-fid, completely entire, on the margines densely villous, the involucral [sc. leaves] undivided.

- foliis involucralibus in lobos lineares multi-sectis (DeCandolle), with the involucral leaves many divided [to the base] into linear lobes.

- [moss] flores feminei discoidei, paraphysibus clavatis, steriles, foliis involucralibus perichaetialibus plantae fertilis similibus. (C.Mueller), the female flowers discoid, with club-shaped paraphyses, the sterile [flowers] with involucral leaves similar to the perichaetial leaves of the fertile plant.

- foliis petiolo ramoso biternatim sectis, segmentis pinnatim inciso-serratis, involucralibus conformibus (DeCandolle), with the leaves with a branshing petiole biternately divided, with the segments pinnately incised-serrate, with the same shape as in involucral [sc. leaves].

- [moss] flores hermaphroditi polyphylli, antheridiis in axillis foliorum involucralium dispositis (C. Mueller), hermaphrodite flowers polyphyllous, with the antheridia arranged in the axils of the involucral leaves.

Bractea (s.f.I) involucralis (adj.B), abl. sg. bractea involucrali: involucral bract, (in bryophytes): “a sheath of foliar origin, derived by a fusion of the bracts surrounding a perianth” (Magill 1990).

Involucral scale: phyllarium,-ii (s.n.II), abl.sg. phyllario; tegula,-ae (s.f.I), q.v., abl.sg. tegula; (in bryophytes) “scales of thalloid origin, surrounding a gynoecium; e.g. Pallavicinia” (Magill 1990): squama involucralis (adj.B), abl. sg. squama involucrali.

Involucral bract: involucri [gen.sg. of involucrum] phyllum,-i (s.n.II), a ‘leaf of the involucre.’

Phyllary, an involucral bract of the Asteraceae (Compositae), a tegule: phyllarium,-ii (s.n.II), abl.sg. phyllario, nom. & acc. pl. pyllarium, dat. & abl. pl. phylariis

subinvolucralis,-e (adj.B): below the involucre; [??]

- 1-pluribus paribus foliorum subinvolucralium, with 1-many pairs of subinvolucral leaves.

 

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