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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
nascens,-entis (part. B): arising, beginning; beginning to exist; nascent, “undergoing the process of being born; beginning to exist” (WIII) [> L. nascor, natus, nasci, 3, deponent verb: to be born, to be begotten + ex, de and abl. or with only abl.);

- frons apice saepe 4-6 ramulos nascentes gerens (Steph.), frond bearing 4-6 branchlets arising [i.e. beginning] at the apex.

- bracteae in spica nascente interdum distiche imbricatae (B&H), the bracts in a very young spike sometimes distichously imbricate.

- flores ante folia v. cum foliis novellis nascentes, ad nodos defoliatos solitarii v. subfasciculati (B&H), flowers arising before the leaves or with the young leaves, solitary or somewhat in fascicles at the defoliated nodes.

- ramis crassis vix patentibus, nascentibus copióse foliatis (F. Mueller), with the branches thick, scarcely spreading,the nascent ones copiosely leafy.

nascitur: third-person singular present active indicative; [he/she] it arises, begins, is born, is begotten;

- nascitur inter folia putrida etc. in sylvis mixtis, apprime montosis, hinc illinc; Septembri et seqq. in Decembrem usque (S&A), it arises here and there among rotted leaves etc. in mixed woods, expecially montain; in September and the following [sc. months] up to December.

nascuntur: third-person plural present active indicative: they are borne, arise;

- (moss) [Ordo: Musci Frondosi] Fructus: theca unilocularis (Sporangium) calyptra tecta. Sporangium e partibus tribus essentialibus compositum: Pars I centralis s. columella (plus minusve perfecta); pars II s. sporangidium, in quo semina nascuntur; pars III s. epidermis (C. Mueller), the fruit: a unilocular theca (the Sporangium), covered by a calyptra. The sporangium is composed of three fundamental parts: Part I central [part] or [s. = seu] the columella (more or less perfect); part II or the sporangidium, in which the seeds [i.e. the spores] arise; part III or the epidermis.

Nascent tissue, meristematic tissue: see meristem.

 

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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