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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Ramificatio,-onis (s.f.III), abl.sg. ramificatione: the branching, branch-system; “the scheme of branching or separation into branches” (Jackson); place where a branch arises;

- ambitus totius systematis ramificationis, outline of the whole system of branching (Stearn).

- ramificatio infravaginalis, the branching infravaginal.

- folia plana, saepe paribus sub ramificationes oppositis pseudoverticillata (B&H), leaves plane, often with opposite pairs below the [place where the branch arises] pseudoverticillate.

- Celastrineis arcte affines sunt, et non nisi habita, ramificatione, foliis compositis, staminibusque oppositipetalis differunt (B&H) they are closely related to the Celastrineae and they differ only by the habit, the manner of branching, the compound leaves and the stamens opposite the petals.

- bracteae ad ramificationes oppositae (B&H), the bracts opposite the ramifications [i.e. the places where the branch arises].

 

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