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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Pagina,-ae (s.f.I): side of a leaf; a written page or leaf; a page for any writing; a page, q.v., surface; “the surface of anything” (Lindley);

- pagina aversa, lower side (of leaf).

- margine basis pinnarum acroscopica ad paginam abaxialem versus saepe subplicata, with the margin of the base of the pinnae acroscopic, often subplicate on the abaxial side.

- pagina foliolorum abaxiali hebeti (nec interdum nitida), with the abaxial side of the leaflets dull (not sometimes shining).

- glandulae petiolo v. pagina inferiore v. margine folii non raro adsunt (B&H), the glandules not rarely present on the petiole or the lower surface or the margin of the leaf.

— frútices ramulis novellis paginaque inferiore foliorum tomento adpresse stellato-canescentibus v. rufescentibus (B&H), the fruits with young branchlets and the lower surface of the leaves appressedly stellate-canescent or rufescent.

- siccata sistit paginam viridem, opacam, hic & illic granulatam vel farinaceam, chartae arcte adhaerentem (Agardh), when dried it consituts a green surface, opaque, here and there granulate or farinaceous, closely adhering to the paper.

- simile porro corpusculum paginam superiorem foliorum Salicis Capreae frequens passim obsidet: sed an fungosum? an entomogonum ? nondum satis liquet (S&A), furthermore a similar little body [i.e. corpuscle] frequently covers here and there the upper surface of the leaves of Salix Caprea: but whether fungal? or [insect-produced?] is not yet quite clear.

NOTE: p. and pag. are abbreviations for pagina, ‘page,’ in a bibliographic sense;

- Gymnostomum Mougeotii Bruch. Mss. Huben. Muscol. germ., p. 59 (1833), pagina 59, (on) page 59.

- *) Adnotat. in pag. 462 deleatur (C. Mueller) the annotation on page 462 may be deleted.

 

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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