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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
residual: residuus,-a,-um (adj.A), remaining, residuary, that which is left behind or that remains over and above, remnant [> L. resideo,-sedi 2, to remain sitting, to remain behind, to linger, tarry, reside]; syn. remanens,-entis (part.B), q.v.

- caulis sive rhizoma fastigiato-ramosum, residuis stipularum uberrime squamatum (F. Mueller), the stem or rhizome fastigiate-branched, with the residue of the stipules richly scaled.

- cellulae residuae matricales saepe intra cellulas cultas visae, remnant mother cells often seen among cultured cells.

- Locus: supra basin residuam, truncorum dejectorum Quercus, putrilaginosam, circa Lipsiam haud infrequens (Hedw.), situation: above the putrid residual base of the fallen trunks of an Oak, not infrequent around Leipzig.

 

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