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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
remanens,-entis (part.B): remaining behind, staying, abiding, persisting [> L. remaneo, remansi, --- 2.: to stay behind; to remain, continue, endure, persist]; remanet, 3d. pers. sg. act. indic. pres. (he, she) ‘it remains;’ syn. residens,-entis (part.B); syn. residuus,-a,-um (adj.B), q.v.; see see persistent, see residual;

- velum universale in superficie pilei remanens, universal veil remaining on the surface of the pileus.

- quum e capsula disiungens ut pote membranam remanens e strato interno cellulorum compositam ad dentes peristomii affixam, when disuniting from the capsule, remaining as a membrane composed o the inner layer of cells attached to the teeth of the peristome.

- genus ad plantas 2 hortenses conditum, e charactere manco, valde dubium remanet (B&H), a genus based on 2 garden plants, from a defective character, remains strongly doubtful.

- specimina non vidimus et stirps imperfecte descripta adhuc dubia remanet (B&H), we have not seen specimens and the plant, imperfectly described as yet remains doubtful.

- in speciebus nonnullis affinibus articuli vix nisi vi separantur v. legumen integrum remanet (B&H), in some related species the joints are scarcely separated except by force or the legumen remains entire.

- semina túrgida statu casso tantum visa, qua re genus dubium remanet (F. Mueller), seeds swollen, with only the empty state seen, for which reason the genus remains dubious.

- [Cnidoscolus; Euphorbiaceae] calyptra sub regmate parum evoluta. Discus sub regmate remanens subsessilis, the disc persisting under the regma nearly sessile (Casas 2006), the calyptra under the regma slightly developed.

 

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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