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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Lenticel, “lenticular glands. Rudimentary roots appearing on the surface of the stems of many trees in the form of small conical swellings” (Lindley); “lenticular corky spots on young bark, corresponding to epidermal stomata” (Jackson); “corky spots on young bark, corresponding to epidermal stomata” (Fernald 1950); see stoma, gen.sg. stomatis (s.n.III): lenticella,-ae (s.f.I), abl.sg. lenticella, nom. pl. lenticellae, acc.pl. lenticellas, dat. & abl.pl. lenticellis;

- lenticellis absentibus, with lenticels absent.

- lenticellis ad caules juvenes orbicularibus ellipticisve pustularibus, with the lenticels on the young stems orbicular or elliptic or pustular.

- frutices v. arbores glabrae, ramulis lenticellis notatis (B&H), glabrous shrubs or trees, with the branchlets marked with lenticels.

- frutices v. arbores glabrae, ramulis lenticellis notatis (B&H), glabrous shrubs or trees, with the branchlets marked with.

- arbor parva, ramis teretibus, lenticellis crebris (B&H), small tree, with the branches terete, dense with lenticels.

- folia brevissime petiolata cum lenticella decurrente articulata (F. Mueller), leaves very short, petiolate, jointed with a decurrent lenticle.

 

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