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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
juxta (adv. and prep. with acc.): very near, nearby, by the side of, along, beside, next to, very near, approaching; see prope;

- cellulae juxta costam incrassatae, cells next to the costa thickened.

- appressorium juxta conidium formans, appressorium adjacent to the conidium forming.

- glandulae duae oppositae juxta basin foliorum ad latera petiolorum, subrotundae, depressae (Swartz), the glandules two, opposite, next to the base of the leaves on the sides of the petioles, nearly rotund, depressed.

- embryo juxta hilum albumine semiimmersus v. exalbuminosus (B&H), the embryo beside the hilum half-immersed in the albumen or lacking albumen.

- ad margines dumetorum juxta Tumbey Bay (F. Mueller), on the margines of a thorn thicket beside Tumbey Bay.

- In ericetis arenosis juxta South Port, Tasmaniae (F. Mueller), in asandy Erica association next to South Port, of Tasmania.

- in locis madidis juxta originem fluvii Limmen Bight River sinui Carpentariae affluentis (F. Mueller), in wet places beside the source of the river Limmen Bight River, affluent into Carpentaria Bay.

- foliis juxta apicem ramulorum axillaribus spicatim congestis (F. Mueller), with the axillary leaves congested in the manner of a spike besid the apex of the branchlets.

- gemmae juxta totam ramulorum longitudinem et ambitum insertae, the gemmae inserted along the whole length and circumference of the branchlets.
juxta-: in L. comp.: situated near, beside, along;

- juxtarticularis,-e: juxta-articular, beside the joint; juxtamedullaris,-e (adj.B): juxtamedullary, near the medulla.

 

A work in progress, presently with preliminary A through R, and S, and with S (in part) through Z essentially completed.
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