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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Pseudopore, “in Sphagnum leaves, thickened rings without perforations (Russow)” (Jackson); “small porelike areas encircled by fibril rings but not perforated, in the hyaline cells of branch leaves of species in the [moss] genus Sphagnum; “pore-like structures with a thin membrane that may be revealed by staining; e.g. found in hyalocysts of Calymperaceae; in Sphagnum leaves, consisting of fibril rings without an interior perforation” (Magill 1990): pseudoporus,-i (s.m.II), abl. sg. pseudoporo; see hyalocyst;

- [Sphagnum] [folia ramulina, branchlet leaves:] dorso nonnunquam pseudopori minutissimi multi in series breves ad commissuras dispositi (Warnst.) on the back sometimes many very minute pseudopores arranged in a short row on the commissures.

- [Sphagnum] [folia ramulina] interiore superficie poris praesertim in cellularum angulis connatis, dorso consimilibus, hic illic etiam pseudoporis in series breves prope commissuras ordinatis instructa (Warnst.), on the inner surface with pores especially fused in the angles of the cells, on the back quite similar, here and there also provided with pseudopores arranged in short rows near the commissures.

- [Sphagnum] [folia ramulina] folia superne non serrulata, sicca vix undulata, interiore superficie poris multis in series ordinatis ad commissuras, dorso superne saepe pseudoporis in series breves ad commissuras dispositis instructa (Warnst.), leaves above not serrulate, when dry scarcely undulate, on the interior surface with many pores in a row arranged on the commisures, on the back above often provided with pseudopores in a short series arranged on the commissures.

 

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