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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
pectinatus,-a,-um (adj.A): comb-shaped, pectinate, i.e. with narrow close-set divisions parallel to the axis, like a comb; “the same as pinnatifid; but the segments numerous, close, and narrow, like the teeth of a comb” (Lindley) TO DO; “pinnatifid with narrow closely set segments; comb-like” (Fernald 1950); (bryology) comb-like; e.g. as in leaf hyalocysts of some species of Sphagnum having lateral wall papillae’ (Magill 1990); (fungi) “like the teeth of a comb” (Ainsworth & Bisby); there is also the idea that the segments or lacinia are rather rigid, like the teeth of a comb [cf. fimbriate] segments, lacinia, a kind of lobe

- squamis interioribus lanceolatis quadruplo longioribus in appendicem subulatam eximie ciliato-pectinatam nigram flosculos aequantem abeuntibus (Boissier), with the inner scales lanceolate, four times longer, changing into a subulate appendage exceptionally ciliate-comblike, equalling the black florets.

pectinato-ciliatus,-a,-um (adj.A): comb-like, i.e. with the ciliat rather rigid;

- stipulae pectinato-ciliatae (B&H), the stipules ciliate like a comb.

- foliis in rosulas densas pulvinatas congestis linearibus subacutis supra uninerviis glabris setis rigidis pectinato-ciliatis (Boissier), with the leaves congested into dense, pulvinate rosettes, linear, nearly acute, above, with one nerve, glabrous with pectinate-ciliate with rigid bristles.

pectinato-dentatus,-a,-um (adj.A): with teeth arranged like a comb;

- foliis inferioribus petiolatis ovalibus basi pectinato-dentatis (DeCandolle), with the lower leaves petiolate, oval, at the base comblike-toothed.

pectinato-filamentosus,-a,-um (adj.A); with thread-like processes arranged like a comb;

- phalangibus largissime pectinato-filamentosis (F. Mueller), with the phalanges [i.e. bundles of stamens] most abundantly pectinate-filamentous.

pectinato-fimbriatus,-a,-um (adj.A): with the margin bordered by long slender processes arranged like a comb;

- calycis segmentum infimum insigniter pectinato-flmbriatum (B&H), the lowest segment of the calyx remarkably comblike-fimbriate.

pectinato-laciniatus,-a,-um (adj.A), “cut in a pectinate manner; that is to say, pectinate, with the lobes very long and taper-pointed” (Lindley).

pectinato-lobatus,-a,-um (adj.A): with narrow lobes arranged like a comb;

- Cardamine PECTINATA foliis petiolatis glabris pinnatisectis, segmentis 7-9 petiolulatis ovatis pectinato-lobatis (DeCandolle), with the leaves petiolate, glabris, pinnatisect, with the segments 7-9, petiolulate, ovate, lobate in the manner of a comb.

pectinato-pinnatifidus,-a,-um (adj.A): when simple leaflets are arranged on each side a common petiole in the manner of a comb, and cut to only the outer third of its length;

- folia caulina alterna, sessilia, basi pectinato-pinnatifida (B&H), the cauline leaves alternate, sessile, at the base pinnatifid like a comb.

- umbellae oo-florae subglobosae bracteis pectinato-pinnatifidis (B&H), the umbells numerous-flowered nearly with the bracts pectinate-pinnatifid.

pectinato-pinnatipartitus,-a,-um (part.A): cut nearly to the base in a pinnate to comb-like manner;

- foliis glabris pectinato-pinnatipartitis (DeCandolle), with the leaves glabrous, pinnatiparted like a comb.

pectinato-pinnatisectus,-a,-um (part.A): cut nearly to the base in a pinnate to comb-like manner

- folia radicalia, pectinato-pinnatisecta (B&H), the basal leaves comblike-pinnatisect.

runcinato-pectinatus,-a,-um (adj.A), [cf. runcinatus,-a,-um (adj.A): runcinate, i.e. pinnatifid or coarsely serrate with teeth pointing towards the base];

- foliis glabriusculis oblongis acute runcinato-pectinatis (DeCandolle), with the leaves somewhat glabrous, oblong, sharply runcinate-pectinate.

Alaida pectinata; Viola pectinata, the leaves pectinate, with a comb-like appearance; Erysimum pectinatum; Coronopus pectinatus; Gerardia pectinata, “comb-like” for the sharply cut leaves.

 

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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