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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
parce (adv.), parciter (adv.): sparingly, slightly, moderately, scantily, lightly; compar. parcius (adv.)'more sparingly;’ superl. parcissime (adv.) ‘most sparingly’ [> L. parcus,-a,-um (adj.A), q.v., sparing, moderate, slight]; opp. copiose (adv.), abundantly, richly; see poorly; see somewhat;

- lobis obtusis integris vel parciter incisis (DeCandolle), with the lobes obtuse, entire or sparingly incised.

- foliis parcius foliolatis foliolis acutioribus (Boissier), with the leaves more moderately foliolate, with the leaflets more acute.

- pedunculo longo tenuissimo versus basin parcissime piloso, with the peduncle (seta) long, very thin toward the base very slightly pilose.

- foliis superioribus parce divisis vel integris, with the upper leaves slightly divided or entire.

- cortex caulinus parce distinctus, the stem cortex moderately distinct.

- filis interioribus parce ramosis, with the interior filaments sparingly branched.

- innovando parce ramosa, branched sparingly by innovating.

- textura laminarum parce crassiore, with the texture of the laminae somewhat thicker.

- costis abundante pilosis (non parce pilosis), with the costae abundantly pilose (not sparingly pilose).

- flores fasciculati secus ramos parce divisos, flowers fasciculate along moderately divided branches.

- caule tenui, glabro, flexuoso, parce folioso (B&H), with the stem thin, glabrous, flexuose, sparingly leaved.

- perigoniis paucis (2-4) magis parce paraphysatis, with the perigonia few (2-4) more sparingly paraphysate.

- caulibus flexuosis humilibus parce ramoso-divaricatis (Boissier),with the stems flexuose, low-growing, moderately divaricately-branched [i.e. widely-divergent].

- caule erecto parce ramoso pedali aut sesquipedali (Boissier),with the stem moderately branched, a foot or 1 and 1/2-foot high.

- caule erecto stricto ramoso parce hirsuto, foliis bipinnatipartitis parce hirtis (Boissier),with the stem erect, straight, branched, lightly hirsute, with the leaves bipinnately-parted, slightly hirtous [i.e. shaggy].

- floribus oblongis parce pubescentibus (Boissier),with the flowers oblong, sparingly pubescent.

- [lichen] sporae 3-4-septatae (et parce longitrorsum divisae) (Nyl.),spores 3-4-septate (and slightly divided longitudinally).

- [lichen] sporae saepius 3-septatae vel adhuc parce longitudinaliter (inter septa transvèrsa) divisae (Nyl.), the spores more often 3-septate or now slightly longitudinally (among the transverse septa) divided.

- [lichen] paraphyses tenuiter parce articulatae (Nyl.), the paraphyses delicately slightly jointed.

- [lichen] ad saxa, inter muscos et ad truncos quercuum in Europa occidentali parce (Nyl.), sparingly on stones, among mosses and on the trunks of Oaks in western Europe.

- [algae] ramis inferioribus trichotomis aliquando subumbellatis, superioribus parce dichotomo-ramulosis (Agardh), with the lower branches with the trichomes sometimes almost umbellate, the upper sparingly dichotomously-branchleted

- [algae] frondes plerumque pedales basi reliquiis spinularum parce muriculatae, (Agardh), the fronds usually a foot long, at the base slightly muriculate with the remains of the spinules.

- [algae] algae lumbriciformes gelatinosae purpúreae parce dichotomae (Agardh), algae worm-shaped [i.e. with worm-like lobes], gelatinous, purple slightly dichotomous.

 

A work in progress, presently with preliminary A through R, and S, and with S (in part) through Z essentially completed.
Copyright © P. M. Eckel 2010-2017

 
 
 
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