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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
nodulosus,-a,-um (adj.A): “knotted; an irregular form of necklace-shaped [i.e. moniliformis,-e (adj.B), q.v.]; chiefly applied to roots” (Lindley); nodulose, full of small knobs or knots; “with small nodes” (Stearn 1996); in bryophytes, “with nodular thickenings; minutely knobbed; sometimes referred to intracellular wall thickening, e.g., Racomitrium” (Magill 1990); see appendiculate;

- (fungus) Fuligo pulvinata gregaria parva ochrea, demum exalbida, cortice laeviusculo venoso - noduloso tenuissimo semipellucente fragillimo , pulvere nigricaute (S&A), a Fuligo that is pulvinate, gregarious, small, ochreous, finally becoming whitish, with the rind [i.e. peridium] somewhat smooth, full of veiny knots, very thin, half-pellucid, very fragille, with a darkish powder.

- (algae) filum primarium triunciale, & ultra, crassiusculum, nodulosum, subdichotomum, obsessum ramu1is alternatim secundis (Agardh), the primary filament three inches and more, somewhat thick, with small knots, somewhat dichotomous, inhabited by branchlets alternately secund.

- foliis utrimque pubescentia adpressa crispo-nodulosa albida subfarinacea obductis (Boissier), with the leaves covered on bothsides with an adpressed, crisped-knotty, whitish, nearly mealy pubescence.

- siliquis compressis nodulosis longitudinaliter striatis (DeCandolle), with the siliques cmopressed, nodulose, longitudinally striate.

 

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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