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A Grammatical Dictionary of Botanical Latin

 
rosulatus,-a,-um (adj.A): “(obsol.) roselatus,-a,-um (adj.A) [> rosella,-ae (s.f.I), see Rosula,-ae (s.f.I)] (Lindley); rosetted, rosulate, collected into a rosette, provided with a rosette; a collection of spreading leaves or petals packed one over the other in many rows; provided with or in the form of a rosette, with leaves or petals abruptly larger, more crowded and spreading at the stem tips; cf. comosus,-a,-um (adj.A); cf. rosaceus,-a,-um (adj.A);

- (moss) foliis perichaetialia rosulata lato-ovalia, with the perichaetial leaves rosulate, broadly-oval.

- (moss) folia inferiora remota, superiora rosulata, the lower leaves remote, the upper rosulate.

- folia apice rosulato-congesta, the leaves in the apex rosulate-crowded.

- flos masculus eleganter rosulato - discoideus, the male flower elegantly rosulate-discoid [i.e. like a disc or dish].

- foliis radicalibus rosulatis obovatis (DeCandolle), with the basal leaves rosulate [i.e. crowded into a rosette], obovate.

- foliis subtrigonis callosis glabris fasciculato-rosulatis, with the leaves nearly trigonous, callous [i.e. hard and thick], glabrous, fasciculate-rosulate.

- foliis in rosulas densas pulvinatas congestis (Boissier), with the leaves crowded into dense, pulvinate [i.e. strongly convex] rosettes.

- folis radicalibus in rosulam latam expansis (Boissier), with the basal leaves expanded into a broad rosette.

- folia alterna (in paucis orientalibus rosulata, ut in Sempervivó) (B&H), the leaves alternate (in a few oriental [i.e. eastern] [species] rosulate, as in Sempervivum).

- (lichen) thallo orbiculari-rosulato (Nyl.), with the thallus orbicular-rosulate.

- (lichen) thallus obscure olivaceus vel fusco-olivaceus firmus, laciniato-lobatus rosulatus (Nyl.) the thallus obscurely olive-colored or brownish-olive, firm, laciniate-lobed, rosulate.

fasciculato-rosulatus: fasciculatus, bundled or bunched together in a rosette;

- foliis subtrigonis callosis glabris fasciculato-rosulatis, with the leaves nearly trigonous, callous [i.e. hard and thick], glabrous, fasciculate-rosulate.

rosulato-imbricatus,-a,-um (adj.A): ‘imbricate:,’ closely appressed and overlapping like the tiles of a roof;

- foliis superioribus rosulato -imbricatis, with the upper leaves rosulate-imbricate.

 

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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