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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
pullulans,-antis (part.B): pullulant, pullulate, budding out, sprouting, germinating; budding (Engl.) “(of a plant or its parts) to set buds; to commence growth from buds, break dormancy, often used with ‘out” (WIII); pullulate (Engl. verb): “to bud, as in spring” (Jackson); “to send out shoots or show signs of growth: bud, germinate; to breed rapidly: (re)produce abundantly” (WIII) [> L. pullulo,-avi,-atum, 1. (of plants) to come forth as a sprout, to sprout out, put forth; (of animals) to bring forth young; to produce, bring forth]; cf. propullans,-antis (part.B), ‘budding off;’ see budding;

pullulant: third-person plural present active indicative they bud, sprout, set buds, break dormancy

- ex gemmis pampini pullulant, from buds the tendrils sprout.

- ab radice pullulans, sprouting or budding from the root.

- [algae] plantulae e zoogonidiis pullulantes cum Characio minuto comparatae giganteae sunt (Braun), the plantlets budding off from zoogonidia are gigantic compared to Characium minutum.

- [moss] in terra degit, locis umbrosis madentibus; vere laetissime pullulans (Hedwig), it lives on soil, in shady, wet places; most exuberantly germinating [i.e. commening growth] in spring.

- [moss] e terra pullulat Octobri (Hedwig), it sprouts from the soil in October.

(mosses) Coscinodon pullulans, Grimmia pullulans

[fungi] Aureobasidium pullulans (Pullularia pullulans); Pullularia, a genus of fungi forming yeastlike colonies that causes discoloration of pulp and paper (WIII).

 

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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