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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
laterally, sideways (adv.): lateraliter; cf. horizontally, oblique, vertically; cf. collateraliter (adv.), arranged in a side-by-side or parallel manner; cf. latrorsum (adv.), latrorsus (adv.), ‘directed towards or along the side, sidewise;

- imago lateraliter visa, the image seen sideways (obliquely).

- ramificans saepissime laterali- atque ventrali-intercalariter, branching nearly always lateral- and ventral-intercalary.

- antherarum loculi filamento adnati, introrsum, extrorsum v. lateraliter dehiscentes (B&H), the locules of the anthers adnate to the filament, dehiscing facing inward, facing outward or laterally.

- achenia longe spicata, lateraliter afExa (B&H), achene long-spicate, laterally attached.

- antherae oblongae, rarius orbiculatae, loculis parallelis contiguis lateraliter v . introrsum dehiscentibus (B&H), anthers oblong, more rarely orbiculate, with the locules parallel, contiguous, laterally or

- antherae innatae, loculis rimis lateralibus v. introrsum v. poris apicalibus dehiscentibus (B&H), the anthers innate [ i.e. borne at the apex of the supporting part], with the cavities dehiscing by lateral fissures or toward the inside or by apical pores.

 

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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