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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Pulpa,-ae (s.f.I), abl.sg. pulpa: pulp, flesh of fruit; soft or fleshy plant tissue, such as the succulent part of a fleshy fruit; “the juicy tissue found in the interior of plants. Sometimes applied to the succulent hymenium of Fungals” (Lindley); “the juicy or fleshy tissue of a fruit” (Jackson); see tissue; cf. caro;

- pulpa in sacculis innumeris e parietibus ortis reclusa (DeCandolle), the pulp stored away in countless little sacks arisen from the walls.

- semina pulpa immersa (B&H), the seeds immersed in pulp [i.e. a soft, juicy tissue].

- pulpa carnosa nidulans, pulp fleshy, somewhat nestling.

- semina intra carnem pericarpii v. in pulpa tenui nidulantia, estrophiolata (v. interdum strophiolata?) (B&H), the seeds nesting within the flesh of the pericarp or in a thin pulp, lacking a strophiole (or [perhaps] sometimes strophiolate?).

- fructus intus unilocularis et continuus, v. interdum pulpa repletus, fruit inside unilocular and continuous, or sometimes filled with pulp.

- semina epulposa v. rarius in pulpa nidulantia, caeterum exarillata (B&H), the seeds without pulp or more rarely nesting in pulp, for the rest lacking arils.

- species (2 ?), Americae calidioris indigenae, una inter trópicos utriusque orbis ob epidermidis seminis pulpam rubro tingentem culta (B&H), species (2?), a native of warmer America, one in the tropics of both sides of the world cultivated for the pulp of the skin of the seed seed tinged with red.

- bacca e viridi flavescens, pulpa amarissima mucilaginosa repleta (F. Mueller), from green to yellowish, filled with a most bitter mucilaginous pulp.

- semina pauca, crassa, saepe pellicula e pulpa arescente facta involuta (DeCandolle), seeds few, thick, often enveloped with a pellicle made from the drying pulp.

- semina plurima in pulpa decolore carnosa nidulantia (F. Mueller), very many seeds nestling in a discolored fleshy pulp.

- semina pulpa resinosa obducta (DeCandolle), seeds covered with a resinous flesh.

- semina pulpa placenta involuta (B&H), the seeds enveloped in the pulp of the placenta.

- (fungus) Fig 7. Ceratium hydnoides: (a) (c) mole nativa recens (b) semidestructum ; ad varia augmenta (e) (f) vigens (d) in pulpam semimutatum (S&A), (a) (c) fresh, in its native mass (b) partially broken down; at various magnifications (e) (f) growing (d) partly changed into a pulp.

- (fungus) sunt ista peridiola initio minuta, mollissima, pulposa, extus intusque unicolora laete flava (S&A), those peridioles in the beginning are minute, very soft, pulpy, both inside and outside of one color, a bright yellow.

 

A work in progress, presently with preliminary A through R, and S, and with S (in part) through Z essentially completed.
Copyright © P. M. Eckel 2010-2017

 
 
 
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