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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
jugatus,-a,-um (part.A): joined, connected, yoked together, in pairs [> L. jugo,-avi,-atum, 1, to bind together, to connect, join]; see paired; see -jugus,-a,-um (adj.A); see joined; = geminatus,-a,-um (part.A);

- pinnis paucijugis sessilibus (F. Mueller), with the pinnae few-paired, sessile.

- folia alterna, impari-pinnata, foliolis oo-jugis falcatis integerrimis (B&H), the leaves alternate, impari-pinnate (pinnate with an odd terminal leaflet), with the leaflets in indefinite pairs, falcate, very entire.

- foliolis multijugis suboppositis v. alternis falcato-lanceolatis (B&H), with the leaflets many-paired, subopposite or alternate, falcate-lanceolate.

- pinnae quadrijugae, petiolatae (Swartz), the pinnae quadrijugous [i.e. in four pairs], petiolate

- folia pinnata, multijuga (7-9) (Swartz), leaves pinnate, many-paired (7-9).

- foliolis magis multijugatis, with the leaflets more multijugate (in more numbers of pairs).

- folia unijuga, leaves in one pair (with 2 leaflets); folia bijuga, leaves in two pairs; folia trijuga, leaves in three pairs

- trigeminus,-a,-um (adj.A): trigeminous, tergeminate, trijugate, compound with three orders of leaflets, each order bifoliolate.

- trijugatus, with three pairs; compound with three orders of leaflets, each order bifoliolate;

- pinnae 1-jugatae, pinnae bipinnate.

- capsulae 1-jugatae, capsules bicapsulate.

- foliis 5–9 (nec 3–6) jugatis, with leaves in 5-9 pairs (not 3-6).

NOTE: jugatus,-a,-um (part.A) may also be used as an adjective (from jugum,-i (s.n.II) meaning ‘ridge:’ hence ‘ridged,’ such as the surface of a mericarp in Umbelliferae. Sometimes ‘costatus,-a,-um (adj.A), ‘ribbed’ may be used to avoid confused with ‘in pairs;’

- mericarpiis subaequalibus, utroque foecundo subaequaliter acute 4-5-costato (F. Mueller), with the mericarps nearly the same, each one nearly equally acute, 4-5-ribbed.

 

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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