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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
pellucens,-entis (part.B): to be transparent or pellucid; to be radiant [> L. perluceo (also pelluceo), ere, 2., to transmit light, be transparent or pellucid; to be visible through a transparent covering, to shine through, radiating, radiant; see transparent;

- involucri squamae pellucentes flavae (F. Mueller), the scales of the involucre transparent, yellow [i.e. a clear or radiant yellow].

- folia saepe breviora glandulis oleigeris subtilioribus et minus evidenter pellucentibus quam in alii speciebus instructa (F. Mueller), the leaves often shorter, provided with finer oil-bearing glandules and less evidently pallucid than in the other species.

- sepala exteriora stipitem interiorum includentia margine connata faciebus pellucentibus olivaceo-nigrita (F. Mueller), the outer sepals enclosing the inner stipe, fused to the margin, with the faces transparent, [sepals] olive-blackish.

- squamae dorso fuscescentes, margine albidae pellucentes (F. Mueller), the scales on the back somewhat fuscous, on the margin whitish, transparent.

- caryopsis profunde rugata, pericarpio pellucente (F. Mueller), the caryopsis, deeply wrinkled, with the pericarp transparent.

 

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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