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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
Replum, “the valve of a door; applied in Botany as if it signified a door-frame. The frame left in certain fruits by the dropping off of the valves in the act of dehiscence” (Lindley); "a frame-like placenta from which the valves fall away in dehiscence" (Jackson), especially in Cruciferae [Brassicaceae], the persistent partition separting the two locules of the silicle or silique [> L. replum,-i (s.n.II), “ a bolt for covering the commissure of the folding-door” (Lewis & Short): replum,-i (s.n.II), abl. sg. replo, nom. & acc. pl. repla, dat. & abl.pl. replis; see dissepiment, septum,-i (s.n.II), trabecula;

- repla persistentia, carinata; valvae demum evanescentes (F. Mueller), the repla persistent, keeled; the valves finally disappearing.

- siliqua teretiuscula, valvis reploque dorso rotundatis (B&H), the silicle somewhat round, with the valves and replum rounded on the back.

- siliqua teretiuscula, elongata v. subulata, saepissime crasse pedunculata; valvis 8- nerviis, replo obtuso ; septo membranaceo (B&H), the silique somewhat round, elongate or subulate, most often thickly pedunculate; with the valves 8-nerved, with an obtuse replum; with the septum membranaceous.

- fructus saepissime bivalvis, valvis a septo margine placentifero replo apice stigmatifero secedentibus (B&H), the fruit most often with two valves, with the valves breaking away from a septum with the placentiferous margin by a replum with the stigmatiferous apex. [?] at bivalved TO DO

- siliqua 2-locularis, polysperma, et semina (saepe alata) compressissima, replo tenui (B&H), the silique 2-locular, with many seeds and the seeds (often singed, very compressed, with a thin replum.

- siliqua septo 0 ; replo fragillimo (B&H), the silique with no septum; with a most fragile replum.

- replum acutum v. alatum, funiculis capillaribus v. dilatatis (B&H), the replum acute or winged, with a capillary or dilated funicle.

- siliqua sessilis, orbiculata; valvis planis margine dentatis ecarinatis, replo incluso (B&H), the silique sessile, orbiculate; with the valves flat, dentate at the margin, lacking a keel, with the replum enclosed.

- genus e Mirbeliarum serie, fructu prasertimque replo persistente ad Carmichaeliam approximans, Jacksoniae quoque comparandum (F. Mueller), the genus from the series Mirbeliae, by the fruit and especially the persistent replum, approaching to Carmichaelia, it should also be compared to Jacksonia.

- siliqua brevis, curva, sub-4-gona, replo basi saccato (B&H), silique short, curved, nearly 4-gonous, with the replum saccate at the base.

 

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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