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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
placentifer,-fera,-ferum (adj.A), placentiger,-gera,-gerum (adj.A): bearing placentas or a placenta;

- columna placentigera brevissima (F. Mueller), the placenta-bearing column very short.

- capsula siliquaeformis, bivalvis, valva dorsali minore decidua, majorem placentiferam nudante (B&H), the capsule in the form of a siliqua, with two valves, with the dorsal valve smaller, deciduous, laying bare the larger placenta-bearing [sc. valve].

- ovarium placentis parietalibus v. septis a latere v. prope parietes placentiferis divisum (B&H), the ovary with parietal placentae or separated by placentiferous septa from the side or near the walls.

- capsula elongata, teres, 1-locularis, carpellis valviformibus margine placentiferis (B&H), the capsule elongate, round-cylindrical, 1-locular, with the carpels valviform, bearing placentas on the margin.

- capsula valvis nunc placentas centrales liberantibus, nunc saepius margine plus minus involuto v . intus intra marginem v. superfice fere tota placentiferis (B&H), the capsule with valves sometimes freeing the central placentas, sometimes more often with the margin more or less infolded or inside between the margin or almost the whole surface placentiferous.

 

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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