www.mobot.org Research Home | Search | Contact | Site Map  
 
Research
W³TROPICOS
QUICK SEARCH

MO PROJECTS:
Africa
Asia/Pacific
Mesoamerica
North America
South America
General Taxonomy
Photo Essays
Training in Latin
  America

MO RESEARCH:
Wm. L. Brown Center
Bryology
GIS
Graduate Studies
Research Experiences
  for Undergraduates

Imaging Lab
Library
MBG Press
Publications
Climate Change
Catalog Fossil Plants
MO DATABASES:
W³MOST
Image Index
Rare Books
Angiosperm
  Phylogeny

Res Botanica
All Databases
INFORMATION:
What's New?
People at MO
Visitor's Guide
Herbarium
Jobs & Fellowships
Symposium
Research Links
Site Map
Search

Projects
 
Introduction


Browse by Keyword


Search


Abbreviations


Bibliography


Resources


A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
pectinatim (adv.): in the form of a comb; see pectinatus,-a,-um (adj.A);

- folia pectinatim divisa, leaves divided like a comb.

- folia integra v. pectinatim pinnatifida.

- inflorescentiae ramuli pectinatim fasciati in Botricerate [Panículae terminales, multiflorae, [masculae] immutatae, [femineae] ramis compressis pectinatim incurvis (B&H), the branchlets of the inflorescence pectinately fasciate in Botryceras [the panicles terminal, many flowered, the [male] unchanged, the [female] the branches compressed, pectinately incurved.

- petala 5, fauci calycis inserta, 3-fida v.pectinatim pinnatifida, laciniis capillaribus (B&H), the petals 5, inserted on the throat of the calyx, 3-fid or pinnatifid in a comblike way, with the laciniae capillar [i.e. hair-like].

- Arbor aspectu P. sylvestrem referens potius quam A. pectinatam quae aspectu pyramidato, foliis pectinatim dispositis duplo longioribus differt (Boissier), a tree resembling in form Pinus sylvestris rather than [Abies] pectinata which differs by its conical habit, by the leaves arranged like a comb, two times longer.

- stipulis pectinatim laceris longe adhaerenlibus (DeCandolle), with the stipules lacerate like a comb, long adherent.

 

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

 
 
 
© 1995-2017 Missouri Botanical Garden, All Rights Reserved
P.O. Box 299, St. Louis, MO 63166-0299
(314) 577-5100

E-mail
Technical Support