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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
pedicellatus,-a,-um (adj.A): (flower) having a pedicel; (mosses) in older literature, having a seta supporting the capsule; (bryology) “borne on a stalk or pedicel, such as most bryophyte gametangia” (Magill 1990);

- pedunculis capillaribus, floribus multo minoribus duplo longius pedicellatis (Boissier), with the peduncles thread-like, with the flowers much smaller, two times longer pedicellate [i.e. with the pedicels two times longer than the peduncles].

- brevipedicellatus, short-pedicellate; longipedicellatus, long-pedicellate.

- umbellulae pedatae spicis 3-6, breviter pedicellatís (Swartz), the umbellules pedate, with the spikes 3-6, shortly pedicellate.

- spicae terminales, binae, erectiusculae, fere tetragonae, altera subpedicellata (Swartz), the spikes terminal, paired, somewhat erect, almost tetragonous [i.e. 4-angled], one of them nearly pedicellate.

- flores in formam umbellulae congesti, ramulis a centro patulis, aequaiibus, dichotomis, pedicellati, conferti; pedicellis unifloris (Swartz), the flowers congested into the form of an umbellule, with the branchlets half open [i.e. somewhat spreading] from the center, equal [i.e. in length], dichotomous, pedicellate, crowded; with the pedicells one-flowered.

- floribus monoicis solitariis geminis ternisve, masculis breviter femineis longe et tenuiter pedicellatis (F. Mueller), with the flowers monoicous, paired or three at a time, the masculine shortly, the feminine longly and thinly pedicellate.

- calyx breviter v. brevissime pedicellatus (F. Mueller), the calyx shortly or very shortly pedicellate.

- flores feminei semper terminales, longius pedicellati (Swartz), the female flowers always terminal, more longly pedicellate.

- (algae) capsulae racemosae, pedicellatae, sphaericae (Agardh), the capsules racemose, pedicellate, spherical.

- (algae) In [SPHACELLARIEAE] Sph. tribuloide capsulae , ad ramulos pedicellatae , sunt initio clavatae (Agardh), in Sphacellaria tribuloides the capsels pedicellate on branchlets, in the beginning they are club-shaped.

- (moss) fructus terminalis, solitarius, rarius geminus, alte vel breviter pedicellatus (DozyMoek), fruit terminal, solitary, rarely paired, tall- or short-pedicelled [i.e. with a tall or short seta].

NOTE: pediculatus,-a,-um (adj.A): (obsol.), possessed of a pediculus (i.e. pedicel, q.v.), same as pedicellatus,-a,-um (adj.A), q.v.

Antennaria pedicellata; Cynodon pedicellatus; Ferula brevipedicellata, Acronema brevipedicellatum, with short pedicels; Eragrostis curtipedicellata, with short pedicels; Chersodoma longipedicellata, with long pedicels; Andropogon tenuipedicellatus, with thin pedicels; Capillipedium planipedicellatum, with flat pedicels, or the pedicels lying in one plane; Eragrostis purpureopedicellata, with purple pedicels.

 

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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